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    Which one of these is correct

    I was told to rewrite this sentence using "aim":

    He said that he was aiming to arrive at about 6
    -> He said it was his aim to arrive at about 6
    -> He said his aim was to arrive at about 6

    Which one here is correct?

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    Re: Which one of these is correct

    Quote Originally Posted by vkhu View Post
    I was told to rewrite this sentence using "aim":

    He said that he was aiming to arrive at about 6
    -> He said it was his aim to arrive at about 6
    -> He said his aim was to arrive at about 6

    Which one here is correct?
    They are both correct.

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    Post Re: Which one of these is correct

    They are both correct answers.

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