I want to say, I often go to coffee shops and study there because the background noises makes me feel somewhat comfortable and help me focus. 'I like to go to cafes to study/for studying/for study.' Which one is correct?

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    What makes you think one of those is somehow wrong? Please explain why you think each one is wrong. Because, of course, they are not. – tchrist Jan 7 '18 at 15:39
  • I think that the final one, "for study," might possibly mislead people into thinking that you're actually studying the cafe and/or the social dynamics within in it. Otherwise, they're all grammatically correct. – Canadian Yankee Jan 7 '18 at 20:02
  • "to study" is the most idiomatic choice. – KarlG Jan 9 '18 at 3:22

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