Difference between to aim at and to aim to

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lorenzi marie

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could you tell me the difference between To aim at and To aim to?
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Marie
 

LeighS

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Hi Marie-
My understanding is that 'aim at' means 'to point sth at sb'(he aimed a gun at me), whereas 'aim to' means you have the intention of doing sth (I aim to pass my exams).
;-) Hope that helps.
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