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I know that both "in order to Verb" phrase and "so as to Verb" phrase describe the purpose of doing something.
But, I would like to know if there are any differences between them.
For example, the below two sentences might be examined about it.
Sentence A: "We went early so as to get good seats."
Sentence B: "We went early in order to get good seats."