You have to have extraordinary patience and (to?) make the ultimate sacrifice to ...

Odessa Dawn

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You have to have extraordinary patience and (to?) make the ultimate sacrifice to achieve your goals.

To achieve your goals, you have to have extraordinary patience and (to?) make the ultimate sacrifice.




Are those two sentences correct English?
 

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What ultimate sacrifice are you referring to?
 

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You have to have extraordinary patience and [STRIKE](to?)[/STRIKE] (be prepared to) make [STRIKE]the ultimate[/STRIKE] (plenty of) sacrifices to achieve your goals.
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I don't think "the ultimate sacrifice" means anything other than death in English. It's almost an idiom.
 
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