Purpose Clauses

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A purpose clause (expressing the aim or intention with which somethin is done) uses ut followed by a subjunctive verb (present or imperfect by simple sequence). 

UT + SUBJUNCTIVE= PURPOSE

The negative 'ne' is used at the start of the clause instead of ut. 

The translation 'to' often works…

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