Mary
"You will achieve your goal without outside help" - Is this correct? Or how can I say it in a better way?
Nov 2, 2019 4:51 AM
Answers · 3
I agree with the other answers. Also the context would make a difference. 'You will achieve...' An instruction -you better not get any outside help! 'You will achieve...' An assessment of your ability to suceed without outside help. Hope this helps, Richard
November 2, 2019
“You can achieve your goal without outside help” shows that achieving your goal without outside help is a possibility. “You will achieve your goal without outside help” shows that there’s 100% certainty the goal will be achieved without outside help. It really depends what you’re trying to convey.
November 2, 2019
As a native, I'm having trouble finding a better way to say this. The meaning is pretty clear already, so I think it's fine.
November 2, 2019
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