Today, French and English are secondary languages of Lebanon , with about 40% of the population being Francophone and 40% Anglophone.  The use of English is growing in the business and media environment. Out of about 900,000 students, about 500,000 are enrolled in Francophone schools, public or private, in which the teaching of mathematics and scientific subjects is provided in French.  Actual usage of French varies depending on the region and social status. One third of high school students educated in French go on to pursue higher education in English-speaking institutions. English is the language of business and communication, with French being an element of social distinction, chosen for its emotional value.  On social media, French was used on Facebook by just 10% of Lebanese in 2014, far behind English (78%).
pour (prep.) 1. for. 2. for the purpose of. avoir pour + infinitive to have to (do something), to be obliged to. On a pour propter la maison avant que la compagnie arrive. (We have to clean the house before the company arrives.) pour que + subjunctive subordinate order that Mon mari travaille des longues heures pour que je peuve rester à la maison avec les enfants. (My husband works long hours so that I can stay home with the children.)