Why is the 'por' needed here?
Why is the "to" needed here? "Por" means "in order to".
Oh ok. It was showing up as 'to', which doesn't make sense. "...to to do..."
A bit confusing because the infinitive in English is usually quoted with "to" (e.g. "to eat"), but it's not really part of the infinitive (for example, you say "I can swim" and not "I can to swim").
why is por used here instead of al?