aim to/for: an aspiration/goal.
ex: I aim to encourage them in their endeavors
ex: I aim for a better result in my next test
The difference between the 2 is that "aim to" is followed by a verb while "aim for" is followed by a noun
aim at: pointing something at someone
ex: I am aiming the gun at him
aim at getting that perfect body
aim at getting the perfect sore ?
that doesn't sound correct........that's what my ear is saying
As Paul said, aim at ( meaning is "point at")
It would be either "aim to" or "aim for".
"to" would take a verb eg. my aim is to crush my opponent
"for" would probably take a noun eg. aim for the sky
what do you say Paul ?
aim to get a perfect body - sounds better
aim for getting a perfect body - how does this sound.
Guys , Let me know if I am wrong !
I'm crossing the bridge.........