I can't seem to distinguish afin que from pour que, or from afin de. When are these different conjunctions and preposition used?
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All have roughly the same purpose, they indicate a goal/reason (pour) or a finality (afin), but they aren't grammatically equivalent. One must stick to the following constructions: