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Aim, Objective, Goal, Target and Direction



 
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Aim, Objective, Goal, Target and Direction #1 (permalink) Sat Oct 07, 2006 3:51 am   Aim, Objective, Goal, Target and Direction
 

Hi Teachers,

Would you please shed some light on the difference between these words?

Aim, Objective, Goal, Target and Direction

Thank you in advance

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Difference between aim and objective #2 (permalink) Sat Oct 07, 2006 10:35 am   Difference between aim and objective
 

Hi Jupiter,

How about the difference between aim and objective
http://www.english-test.net/forum/ftopic13105.html for starters?

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goal, objective, aim, target #3 (permalink) Fri Dec 04, 2009 12:09 pm   goal, objective, aim, target
 

I know these nouns are "something that you hope to achieve" or "trying to achieve"
But are there any clear differences between them.
All the time, they make me confused.
I would be grateful for your help.
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