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    #1

    going to UK to study abroad in U.K

    1. My current goal is going to go study abroad in U.Kfor my academic achievement.
    2. My current goal is going to UK to study abroad in U.K for my academic achievement.

    Which is more natural? 1 or 2? or anything else?

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    #2

    Re: going to UK to study abroad in U.K

    You need to say 'in the UK', regardless.

    Neither sounds very natural to me. I'd say something like "My current goal is to study abroad in the UK".

    It's redundant to express it's for academic achievement.
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    Re: going to UK to study abroad in U.K

    My current goal is to go to/and study in the UK.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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