for making OR to make?

Level 3 students are showing a lot of progress in their understanding of how to work sentences differently in order expand their communication skills. This week they learned how to change a sentence's form a bit in order to say it differently but mean the same thing - an important step in advanced English. Check it out...

I use a robocoup for grating cheese and chopping vegetables

OR

I use a robocoup to grate cheese and to chop vegetables.

Nice effort by everyone in this class!

working hard or hardly working?

Do you think you should move up a level?