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    difficulties faced/encountered

    Could you please help me with this sentence?

    She considered the smile on his face as the symbol of the satisfaction of achieving (or, maybe it is better to say "of having achieved?) a goal despite the difficulties enocuntered/faced (or?)

    Thanks


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    Re: difficulties faced/encountered

    Quote Originally Posted by minnie2007 View Post
    Could you please help me with this sentence?

    She considered the smile on his face as the symbol of the satisfaction of achieving (or, maybe it is better to say "of having achieved?) a goal despite the difficulties enocuntered/faced (or?)

    Thanks
    maybe it is better to say "of having achieved -- no way
    encounter carries the notion of unexpectedness.
    Face is neutral in this respect


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    #3

    Re: difficulties faced/encountered

    So it should be

    ...the symbolo of the satisfaction of having achieved a goal no way the difficulties faced
    ?

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