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27 Jul 2019

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I have a question about the following sentence.
"We are worried about a wonderful mother who’s being put through an onerous, if not despicably cruel, court procedure to what? Get to be with her own kids?"
In this sentence, "to what" doesn't make sense to me, if it's "for what" or "to do what", it makes sense,,
Could you tell me if "to what" has the same meaning as "for what", please?

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I have a question about the following sentence.
"We are worried about a wonderful mother who’s being put through an onerous, if not despicably cruel, court procedure to what? Get to be with her own kids?"
In this sentence, "to what" doesn't make sense to me, if it's "for what" or "to do what", it makes sense,,
Could you tell me if "to what" has the same meaning as "for what", please?
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