I am currently on the subjunctive and trying to figure out the translation for Q 4:
The Gauls wage many wars to free their fatherland from slavery.
The answer gives the following response:
Galli bella multa gerunt ut patriam suam [a] servitute liberent.
Why was the the conjunctive "ut" used instead of the relative pronoun "qui".
And if the relative pronoun can be used, would it be qui (the nominative masculine plural since, in the relative clause, it takes the place of Galli which is masc. plural of the second declension)