Grammarians often argue that you should put a comma before so when the clauses are independent.Are you in disagreement with Heypresto's and Kentix's saying that comma is wrong before "so that"?
I'm afraid I don't share this objection. When I say 'Your English will improve when you go to work in England', I'm not suggesting that your English is going to be hard at work performing 'the act of improving'.[...]
...it implies that their studying every day ‘enables their English to perform the act of improving’, rather than saying what it enables the students themselves to do.
Hello Thomas, are you among those who consider the comma wrong before "so that"?Grammarians often argue that you should put a comma before so when the clauses are independent.
Thus They are studying English every day so that their English can improve. No comma needed
But They are studying English every day, so their English should improve. Comma needed