In order for....to

vinsanitydbz

New Member
Spanish - Argentina
Is this phrase ok?

I only work on Saturdays in order for my employer to see I’m doing something.



I'm writing a short story, don't think I'm lazy :D
 
  • JustKate

    Moderate Mod
    It might be, but it's hard to tell from the context. Can you tell us a little more what it is you're trying to say? There's nothing inherently wrong with "in order for my employer to see," but I think it might not be the best way to say what you're trying to say. But I can't be sure until I know exactly what it is you're trying to say. :)
     
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    vinsanitydbz

    New Member
    Spanish - Argentina
    This is the entire paragraph:

    "I don’t really get as dirty as I used to. I only work on Saturdays in order for my employer to see I’m doing something."
     
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