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    2. @dannyoa25: First, maestry is not an English word. So master is the only one that is valid. Master can mean 2 things: 1. comprehensive knowledge or skill in a subject or accomplishment. "she played the piano like a true master" synonyms: proficiency, ability, capability; 2. control or superiority over someone or something. "man's mastery over nature" synonyms: control, domination, command,

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    2. It would be more common to say that someone mastered something. "I achieved mastery of English." would not be as widely used as "I mastered English." I think that saying someone achieved mastery of something could indicate that mastery of something was a goal. For example, a goal could be "fluency in English", when you achieved that goal you would say "I mastered English." If your goal was to "master" English, when you achieved that goal you would say "I achieved mastery of English." Really though, there isn't much difference and saying either makes sense. "Mastering" something is more commonly used than "achieving mastery" of something. Here's some example sentences: I mastered English after I moved to the United States. I achieved complete mastery of English after years of living in America.

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