G&U_S_SetBU25 - DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Unit 25 Expressing purpose Grammar&Usage Grammar Usage Unit 25 Expressing purpose Ways to express the aim or

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1 Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage Grammar & Usage Grammar & Usage Ways to express the aim or purpose of an action Ways to express the aim or purpose of an action Part A Part A Grammar Practice Grammar Practice Part B Part B Part C Part C Part D Part D Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose Part A Part A Language Practice Language Practice Part B Part B Part E Part E Part F Part F
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2 Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.210 P.210 Ways to express the aim or purpose of an action Ways to express the aim or purpose of an action Structures Examples Remarks to -infinitive She came to help us. I need a book to read on the journey. / bare infinitive after go and come I’ll have to go and get some help. Come and join us. /
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3 Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.210 P.210 Structures Examples Remarks so that + can/can’t/ will/won’t I exercise everyday so that I can keep fit. I avoid fatty food so that I won’t gain weight. / in order to/ so as to (formal) Mr Chan took a taxi in order to / so as to get there in time. In negative sentences, we can use so as not to or in order not to , but we cannot use not to . He took a taxi so as not to/in order not to be late for his plane.
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4 Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.210 P.210 Structures Examples Remarks for + noun phrase for a person’s purpose She went to a restaurant for lunch . Wrong: Wrong: She went to a restaurant for having lunch. We also use for with clothing or accesories worn on a special occasion. She wore a red dress for Christmas .
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5 Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.210 P.210 Structures Examples Remarks to -infinitive or for + gerund to talk about the purpose or function of things We use this key to open / for opening the cupboard. But we use the to -infinitive to talk about a particular purpose. She opened the window to let in some fresh air .
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6 Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.210 P.210 He left a note for her in case she returned early. He took an umbrella for fear that it might rain. Examples We use the present simple to talk about the future after in case . I can’t to go out this evening in case Ann calls . Wrong: Wrong: in case Ann will call . in case (for possibility) and for fear that (for precaution against something) Structures Remarks
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7 Unit 25 Expressing purpose Unit 25 Expressing purpose DEVELOPING SKILLS Set B Grammar & Usage P.210 P.210 They build footbridges to enable people to cross the road safely.
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