Are these sentences grammatically correct? All is the same meaning right?
I need to save money in order to travel abroad.
I need to save money in order for me to travel abroad.
I need to save money in order that I can travel abroad.
I need to save money so that I can travel abroad.
- pearlmarLv 78 months agoFavourite answer
1 and 4 are correct. I wouldn't go with the other ones.
- Anonymous8 months ago
The first and fourth sentences are fine. The second sentence can be written as "I need to save money if I want to travel abroad." The third sentence can be changed to "In order to travel abroad, I have to save money."
- yakusa3000Lv 48 months ago
So, if you somehow met G.O.D do you think the being would say: "A Yo!? Your words aren't spoken correctly grammatically speaking, rewrite dem shytes"
Would you correct the Being?
I'm just saying!?