Above all, aim for things that are truly important to you.

  • GreenWhiteBlue

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    USA - English
    Above all, aim for things that are truly important to you.

    It is right sentence?
    Yes, it is correct.


    I think,

    Above all, aims for things are truly important to you.

    is right.
    No, you are mistaken. I suspect that you have not understood that "aim" is not a singular noun, but is instead the imperative form of a verb.

    Aim your rifle at the target.
    Aim to become a better person.
    Aim to stop smoking this year.
     
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