The main aim of this course is to improve your oral English.
take aim at sb/sth 把目标对准某人（或某事物）；把批评的矛头指向某人（或某事物）
Republican strategists are taking particular aim at Democratic senators.
He took careful aim at the target before he fired.
aim at doing sth) =aim at/for sth
aim to do
The government is aiming at a 50% reduction in unemployment.
They’re aiming at training everybody by the end of the year.
The book is aimed at very young children.
We should aim for a bigger share of the market.
He is aiming for the 100 metres world record.
The new measures are aimed at tightening existing sanctions.
They are aiming to reduce unemployment by 50%.
We aim to be there around six.
Are you aiming to visit the gardens?
Students should aim to become more independent of their teachers.
The government aims to improve public services, especially education.
The book aims to cover all aspects of city life.
We aim to maintain high standards of customer care.
We aim to help students make more informed career choices.
The charity aims to provide assistance to people in need.
They aimed to make the country safe from terrorist attacks.
The centre aims to free young people from dependency on drugs.
Our newspaper aims to reflect the views of the local community.