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    Gramma

    Seven steps to goal setting
    Tips for setting goals

    Why it swithed words around like "goal setting" and "setting goal"?


    What is their role in the sentence?

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    Re: Gramma

    In the first, 'goal' is a noun that is functioning as an adjective, but it is an ordinary noun in the second.

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