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1. I took a shower so I cleaned the room.
2. I took a shower, so I cleaned the room.
3. I took a shower so that I cleaned the room.

(What does #1 mean? Does it mean #2 or #3?)

4. I took a raincoat so I might wear it when it rained.

5. I took a raincoat, so I might wear it when it rained.


6. I took a raincoat so that I might wear it when it rained.

(Does #4 mean #5 or #6?)

  • English -

    1 and 2 mean the same; 3 does not.

    4, 5, and 6 all mean the same.

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