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"En orden" is a phrase which is often translated as "in order", and "para" is a preposition which is often translated as "for". Learn more about the difference between "en orden" and "para" below.
en orden(
A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
1. (organized intentionally)
a. in order
Pon los siguientes objetos en orden según su tamaño.Put the following objects in order according to their size.
2. (planned appropriately)
a. in order
Por favor, comprueba que todo esté en orden. No quiero tener sorpresas.Please, check that everything is in order. I wouldn't want any surprises.
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A preposition is a word that indicates the relationship between a noun and another word (e.g. He ran through the door.).
1. (used to express intention or design)
a. for
Lo hice para ti.I did it for you.
Estas vitaminas son para niños.These vitamins are for children.
2. (used to express purpose)
a. for (used before a gerund)
Lo quiero para cocinar la pasta.I want it for cooking the pasta.
b. in order to (used before an infinitive)
Para ser salvavidas, tienes que saber nadar muy bien.In order to be a lifeguard, you have to know how to swim really well.
c. to (used before base form)
¿Para qué quieres el dinero? Lo quiero para aprender a cantar.What do you want the money for? I want it to learn to sing.
3. (used to express direction)
a. for
Salimos mañana para Londres.We are leaving for London tomorrow.
b. to
¿Para dónde se dirige ese tren?Where is that train going to?
4. (used to express time)
a. for
Tengo que encontrar un compañero de apartamento para el mes que viene.I need to find a roommate for next month.
b. by
Tenemos que entregar el trabajo para fin de mes.We have to hand the work in by the end of the month.
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