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  1. jomo27's Avatar
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    #1

    Can you help me correcting?

    1. Trying to achieve something big.

    2. If I attain it, it would be very fantastic.

    3. Trying to attain something really tough and competitive.

    4. Preparing myself to catch my dream/goal. <- Which is better to use?



    Thank you very much!

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    #2

    Re: Can you help me correcting?

    I'm trying to achieve something big.

    I'm trying to reach my goal(s).


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