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I'm not gonna make it (because I am going to fail)

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This was said as "No voy a lograrlo" as in "I'm not going to achieve it" when swimming across the ocean and about to die from exhaustion. Does lograr work here? What does it really mean here? Gracias.

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updated ABR 13, 2010
posted by jeezzle

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"No voy a lograrlo" is good and correct in this instance, yes. Perfect.

updated ABR 20, 2010
posted by Gekkosan
Options: "No voy a poder." "No lo lograré" - Gekkosan, ABR 13, 2010
Gracias. - jeezzle, ABR 13, 2010
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