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Why should you omit "that" in such phrases as "any/so that + pronoun"?
In writing, you should aim to be as clear and concise as possible. When you use that in a phrase such as 'so that + pronoun,' you are being redundant.
- Original: I finished my homework so that I could go to the party.
- Rewrite: I finished my homework so I could go to the party.