So, one of the example sentences for ため that I see in the learning software I use is:
Which basically means, "She swims in order to lose weight."
But what if you wanted to say, "She swims in order to lose weight, and for fun?"
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There's a common way of speaking to tell somebody does something with multiple purposes.
Ichidan verb, Transitive verb
2. to serve two or more functions or roles simultaneously; to contain (or combine) two or more features