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    #1

    Go beyond something or go further on something

    Hello there,

    Could I say , " I am a person who always goes beyond targets or I am a person who always goes beyond in targets or I am a person who always goes further on targets or I am a person who always goes futher targets?

    Could I also say I didnīt want to go beyond in that matter or further that matter?

    Many thanks,

    Irland5

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    #2

    Re: Go beyond something or go further on something

    Please surround each quote in quotation marks. Don't put a space after the opening quotation mark or before the closing one. For example:

    Could I say , "I am a person who always goes beyond targets" or "I am a person who always goes beyond in targets"?
    I am not a teacher.

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    #3

    Re: Go beyond something or go further on something

    I find "goes beyond [in] targets" unnatural. I would use "I always exceed/beat [my] targets".
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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