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Which one is right,

1. "I decided to pursue it as dream" 

2. "I decided to pursue it for my dream"

If both of these sentences are not right, can you suggest better sentence for me?

Thank you so much.

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  • I decided to pursue my dream.
    – Jim
    Commented Nov 17, 2015 at 1:50
  • @Jim Thanks for your answer Jim. However, I want to clarify objective since there is a sentence, which is "Since this major was the only one that gave me responsibility," before "I decided to pursue it as dream."
    – uwu
    Commented Nov 17, 2015 at 1:54
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    You should update your question. But in this case, "I decided to pursue it as my dream." Using as is correct.
    – user3169
    Commented Nov 17, 2015 at 2:33

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'It' remains undefined in your sentence. Therefore, 'it' must be omitted. You can simply use:
"I decided to pursue my dream".
And I don't think you can pursue anything as your dream. However, you could pursue your dream.

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As far as I understood from you question, it refers to something you will do in order to achieve your dream, so in this case it should be;

I decided to pursue it for my dream.

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