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What is the difference between "so" and "um ... zu"?

Both connectors can be used to express an intention. My intention is my motivation, my goal, why I do something ”!

"With it" vs. "around ... to"?When do I use "with it" and when do I use "to ... to"?

in order to

You have to use “with” when the subject is in the main clause and the subject is in the subordinate clause Not are identical.

Examples:

I learn five new words every day. My vocabulary grows fast.

This becomes:

I learn five new words every day with it my vocabulary growing rapidly.

The man quietly closes the door. His children can sleep.

This becomes:

The man quietly close the door with it his children be able to sleep.

"in order to"

If the subject is in the main clause and the subject is in the subordinate clause identical are, one uses "to ... to".

Examples:

I study two hours a day. I get a good grade.

This becomes:

I study two hours a day to get a good grade.

The man do sport. He relaxes in the process.

This becomes:

The man does sport to relax.

"Um ... zu" for separable verbs

Be careful with separable verbs. Here the “zu” “slips” between the prefix and the stem of the verb!

The woman hurries. you buys still in the supermarket a.

This becomes:

The woman hurries to still be in the supermarket shopping.

Every “around… to” sentence can also be formed with “with it”. The "um ... zu" variant is more elegant.

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