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Differences between in order to / as to / to / for

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in order to do something

with the purpose or intention of doing or achieving something

She arrived early in order to get a good seat.
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as to something | as regards something

used when you are referring to something
As to tax, that will be deducted from your salary.

5 used to show something that is known or reported about a 
particular person or thing

The house was said to be haunted.

10 in order to obtain something

He came to me for advice.
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