Hi! I have been having some troubles with the expression in order that, can it be followed by any of these (to/for/that)? I mean, is the meaning of the following sentences similar? Are they correct? In order to buy a car he needs to save money. In order that he can buy a car you need to save money. In order for him to buy a car, he needs to save money. I think the hardest one is In order that When do you use it? With what kind of structure? Is it always followed by the subject? In order that you, people, he ? By the way does it always take subjunctive? In order that you be happy In order that you are happy In order that he buys a car In order that he buy a car Are those srtuctures correct? Which ones? Thank you.