For, to and so (that) exercise

February 18, 2012pdf

Complete the following sentences using for, to or so (that).

1. I’ve come early …………………….. I can talk to you.

a) so b) for c) to

2. Jane talked to the shy girl …………………………. she wouldn’t feel left out.

a) so b) for c) to

3. We must start early …………………….. we don’t get stuck in the traffic.

a) so that b) for c) to

4. We use altimeters ……………………….. measure height above sea level.

a) to b) for c) so

5. We stopped at the pub ………………………. have a drink.

a) to b) so c) for

6. I went to the university ………………….. an interview with Professor Fernandez.

a) so b) for c) to

7. They punished the child ………………………… lying.

a) for b) to c) so

8. We stopped at the pub ………………………. a drink.

a) for b) so c) to

Answers

1. I’ve come early so I can talk to you.

2. Jane talked to the shy girl so she wouldn’t feel left out.

3. We must start early so that we don’t get stuck in the traffic.

4. We use altimeters to measure height above sea level.

5. We stopped at the pub to have a drink.

6. I went to the university for an interview with Professor Fernandez.

7. They punished the child for lying.

8. We stopped at the pub for a drink.

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