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A view to passing the exam Hi everybody, my question is the following. I am preparing myself to take the FCE exam, there was a question I didn't understand and I had to transform it so it means the same using the word given(VIEW) 1.- Mary studied a lot. She wanted to pass her exam (Sentence given) 2.- Mary studied a lot with (a view to passing) her exam I don't get why that answer:c Can somebody explain it to me please :(
Sep 20, 2019 1:07 AM
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A 'view' can be a way of thinking, or a belief or attitude about something. With 'a view to passing' is with 'an attitude/belief' of passing, or as Chris has mentioned, 'a goal of passing".
September 20, 2019
here "a view to passing" means "the goal of passing" The online Oxford Learner's Dictionaries are an excellent resource. view with a view to something/to doing something ​(formal) with the intention or hope of doing something He's painting the house with a view to selling it.
September 20, 2019
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