ように following a plain (dictionary) or ない form of a verb indications the purpose of or motive for an action. It is similar to “so that” or “in order to” in English.
- Chino, Naoko. “Basic Pattern 37.” A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Sentence Patterns, Kodansha, 2000, pp. 226–227
- Kamiya, Taeko. “Stating Purpose, Cause, and Reason.” Japanese Sentence Patterns for Effective Communication, Kodansha, 2005, pp. 144–145
- Makino, Seiichi and Michio Tsutsui. “Main Entries.” A Dictionary of Basic Japanese Grammar, The Japan Times Ltd., 1989, pp. 553–554
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Chiya suggests she and Cocoa go to school together so that (Cocoa) will not get lost.
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After visiting Chiya’s family’s café, Cocoa tells Chino and Rize they need to work hard so that their customers will be satisfied.
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Hearing Rize has never swam before, Cocoa suggests they start special training so that Rize can swim.