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    How can I use the word "Towards"?

    Hello everyone,

    "Towards my objective of working as a Senior Financials, I am now seeking employment in Investment Funds."

    1. What is wrong with this sentense?
    2. How can I use the word "Towards'?

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    Re: How can I use the word "Towards"?

    Hello I'm 'The French',

    I am not a teacher but 'towards' it's a preposition, grammaticaly I think you can't put it at the beginning of your sentence.

    The meaning of 'towards' is more with motion, see the example below.

    She comes towards us.

    I hope it's more clear now for you. Have a nice day.

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