What is the difference between aiming at & aiming to followed by a verb,
i.e. aiming at guiding / aiming to guide
subtle change in meaning ? UK / US ? correct / not so good but generally accepted ? or what
Yes, I believe that aiming at something means that you have the intention of focusing on that task at some point, while aiming to do it means more that you will actually begin the task. The difference is very subtle.