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"In order" is a phrase which is often translated as "en orden", and "so that" is a phrase which is often translated as "para que". Learn more about the difference between "in order" and "so that" below.
in order(
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awr
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duhr
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (organized intentionally)
a. en orden
List the books in order from most to least expensive.Hacer una lista de los libros en orden del menos caro al más caro.
b. ordenado
Ask the students to line up in order of height.Pide a los estudiantes ponerse en fila ordenados por altura.
2. (so that)
a. para (preposition)
I went to the grocery store in order to buy some milk.Fui al supermercado para comprar leche.
3. (well-organized)
a. ordenado (adjective)
Everything's in order inside your fridge! I'm impressed!¡Todo está ordenado adentro de tu refrigerador! ¡Me impresiona!
b. organizado (adjective)
That woman's room is so organized!¡El cuarto de esa mujer es tan organizado!
4. (planned appropriately)
a. en orden
Everything's in order for our trip to Spain.Todo está en orden para nuestro viaje a España.
b. en regla
The bake sale was a mess before, but now everything's in order.Antes, la venta de galletas estaba un desastre, pero ahora todo está en regla.
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so that(
so
 
thaht
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A phrase is a group of words commonly used together (e.g once upon a time).
phrase
1. (indicating purpose)
a. para que
I will give you money so that you can buy me a ticket.Te voy a dar dinero para que me me puedas comprar un boleto.
b. a fin de que
I want to get married so that we can start a new life together.Quiero casarme a fin de que podamos empezar una nueva vida juntos.
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