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When can you omit "in order" in a sentence?
You don't need to use the phrase 'in order + to-infinitive' in your work. It's clearer and simpler to just use the 'to-infinitive' form. 'In order' is redundant and unnecessary.
- Original: In order to go to the store, he needed to find his keys.
- Rewrite: To go to the store, he needed to find his keys.