Casual Conversational English (Phrases and Sentences in Different Scenarios – Top 600+ Terms)/
Life Goals and Plans

Life Goals and Plans

Total: 19 words

What do you hope to achieve? / What do you want to achieve?

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asked upon wanting to know someone's goals, plans, hopes, or dreams

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I'm planning to... / I'm planning on...

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used to announce one's plans or intentions for something

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I'm hoping to...

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used to announce what one wants to do or happen, as much as possible

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I dream of…

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used to consider the possibility of doing something or something happening

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I'm thinking about…

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used to contemplate about one's intentions or possible plans for something

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I'm going to...

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a confident way of stating one's intention to do something

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I have my sights set on…

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used to talk about one's desires or goals

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My goal is to… / My aim is to...

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used to announce one's objectives or desired result

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That's one option. / That's an option.

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a polite way of saying that someone's plan or idea is not satisfactory

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We could always…

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said when making a suggestion or giving advice

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I think we should consider... / Perhaps we should consider...

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said when making a suggestion, especially one you want someone to think carefully about before making a decision

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I will take that into consideration.

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said when you want to think about something, such as a suggestion or idea, before making a decision

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I'll get around to it.

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to do something after intending to do it for some time

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I'll do it right away.

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to do something immediately

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I'll get right on it.

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to do something as soon as possible

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I'm counting down the days until…

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to eagerly or anxiously wait for something to happen

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It’s bound to happen.

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used to express that something will happen, especially since it is the natural or obvious outcome

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...any day now.

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used to express that something will happen very soon

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Time will tell.

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a saying that means one won't know the result of a present situation until some time in the future

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