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    jctgf is offline Key Member
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    ahead five years.

    Does it mean ''to try to foresee how things will be in five years"?
    Last edited by jctgf; 13-Dec-2008 at 01:37.

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    Dear jctgf:

    Yes, it does.

    'You may be discouraged at how hard you must study now. But look ahead five years. Can you see that it will have been worth it?'


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