Hadi
"End up with my desired score" 1. Maybe I end up with my desired score which is somewhere about 100 2. I know I will end up meeting my target which is 100 plus in the test. Are these sentences correct and fluent to a native speaker?
Nov 20, 2017 6:52 AM
Answers · 1
Hi Hadi, Both would be easily understood by a native English speaker. However, the first sentence is not quite right, to make it work you need to 'will' and change 'about' to 'around': Maybe I will end up with my desired score which is somewhere around 100. The second sentence is more natural, but to make it even more natural I suggest you replace '100 plus' with the words 'a minimum of 100'.
November 20, 2017
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Hadi
Language Skills
English, Persian (Farsi)
Learning Language
English