| 1. The program was used so (that) the text and images would be arranged on the page.
|| a. For followed by a noun can be used to describe purpose, especially with verbs of motion.
| 2. The President made a speech in order to explain the policy.
|| b. We can use the infinitive to describe the purpose of the subject mentioned in the opening of the sentence.
| 3. I opened the web page to place my photos there.
I opened the web page so (that) everyone could see my photos there.
|| c. We can use so (that) and present simple to describe a habitual purpose.
so (that)+ present simple
| 4. I browse web pages for information I need.
|| d. We can use so (that) and will/won’t to describe future purpose.
so (that)+ will/won’t
| 5. I’ll print out the document so (that) you will use it in the class.
|| e. When we describe in the past a future event, will becomes would.
so (that)+ would/ wouldn’t
| 6. My friend carries his notebook everywhere so (that) he has access to the Internet anytime he needs.
|| f. If the subject in the opening of the sentence and the action in the second part of the sentence are different, we can’t use Infinitive of Purpose. We have to use
| 7. An image is displayed on the computer screen and repeatedly replaced by a new image that is similar to the previous image to create the illusion of movement.
|| g. In formal speech and writing we can use in order to. Both verbs must have the same subject.
1. I wrote the date in my diary … … I wouldn’t forget it.
2. A word processor was used … create a document.
3. It was announced that the database was placed on the web site … … … to be accessible to users.