Do these sentences make any sense?
- As I want to attend medicine at university, I will have life-long studies.
- To choose a good profession is very important because it will last lifelong? It is longtem?
(I guess they are all wrong)
The first one:
Originally Posted by AndreaLima
- [list:3b272e6ac0]Since I am going to become a doctor, I will be studying for a lifetime.
- [list:3b272e6ac0]Since I am going to be attending medical school at universtiy, I will have a great deal of studying to do. If I become a doctor my studies will last a lifetime.
The second one:
- Choosing a good profession is very important, because you will probably be choosing a lifelong career.
You can't say "last a lifelong", because "lifelong" is only an adjective.