Clause of purpose and result

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1. IS

1.1. The clause of pruopse are phrases that are in a main sentence and serve to give information about a person

1.1.1. FOR EXAMPLE

1.1.1.1. David went out to buy a bottle of wine.

1.1.1.2. We were asked to say over in order to finish the project.

2. IS

2.1. Clause of result is used to express the result or consequence of something.

2.1.1. FOR EXAMPLE

2.1.1.1. It was so cold that I didn't want to go out.

2.1.1.2. He ran so fast that he won the race

2.1.1.3. Mark is such a good man that everybody likes him

3. PURPOSE CLAUSE

3.1. Same subect affirmative

3.1.1. to + infinitive

3.1.1.1. David went out to buy a bottle of wine.

3.1.2. so that + can/will

3.1.2.1. used for a present or future reference;

3.1.2.1.1. Here’s my number so that you can call me if you have a problem.

3.1.3. in order to/so as to + infinitive

3.1.3.1. We were asked to say over in order to finish the project.

3.1.4. so that +could/would

3.1.4.1. used for a past reference

3.1.4.1.1. We left early so that we would be able to park close to the stadium.

3.1.5. in case + present tense

3.1.5.1. present or future reference

3.1.5.1.1. Take your hat in case it gets too hot.

3.1.6. in case + past tense

3.1.6.1. used for past reference

3.1.6.1.1. We took an umbrella in case it rained

3.1.7. for + noun

3.1.7.1. used to express purpose

3.1.7.1.1. We went out for a pizza.

3.1.8. for + -ing

3.1.8.1. used to express purpose

3.2. Same subject negative

3.2.1. in order not to/so as not to + infinitive

3.2.1.1. we walked in quietly so as not to wake up the children

3.2.2. prevent + noun/pronoun + from + ing

3.2.2.1. I parked the car under a tree to prevent it from getting too hot.

4. RESULT CLAUSE

4.1. Uses

4.1.1. You can also use so , that or such

4.1.2. You only us such before a noun

4.2. structure

4.2.1. so + adjectivo + that + sujeto + verbo + ...

4.2.1.1. He's so funny that he makes me laugh.

4.2.2. so + adverbio + that + sujeto + verbo + ...

4.2.2.1. Sam lives so fast that he never listens to me.

4.2.3. so much + nombre incontable + that + sujeto + verbo + ...

4.2.3.1. I drink so much coffee that I can't sleep well.

4.2.4. so many + nombre plural + that + sujeto + verbo +

4.2.4.1. We knew so many people that we had fun.

4.2.5. such a(n)+ adject + nombre singular + that + sujeto + verbo

4.2.5.1. It's such a long book that nobody likes it.

4.2.6. such + adject. + nombre plural + that + sujeto + verbo

4.2.6.1. They're such good players that they never lose.

4.2.7. such + adject. + nombre incontable + that + sujeto + verbo + ...

4.2.7.1. It's such bad weather that we prefer to stay in.