Phrasal verb - Look forward to something

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Phrasal verb - Look forward to something

  1. 1. Phrasal verbs 1
  2. 2. LOOK FORWARD TO something
  3. 3. Are you looking forward to the wedding?
  4. 4. I´m looking forward to seeing Jane and Peter again, aren´t you?
  5. 5. We´re going to France next week. I´m really looking forward to it.
  6. 6. Anna looked forward to the day when she could go home.
  7. 7. I wasn´t looking forward to going to the dentist again!
  8. 8. a) To look at something that is in front of you.b) To feel excited about something that is goingto happen in the future.c) To think about something that might happenin the future.
  9. 9. a) She s looking forward to the party.b) She s looking forward to it.c) She s looking forward to leave.d) He is looking forward to leaving.
  10. 10. a) I m looking forward the party very much – all my friends are coming. I m looking forward to the partyvery much – all my friends are coming.
  11. 11. b) What time is your brother arriving? I m really looking forward to meet him. What time is your brother arriving?I m really looking forward to meetinghim.
  12. 12. c) Finally the day of the wedding arrived. I d been looking forward to it for ages.
  13. 13. d) The mail only came once a week, so we always looked forward to.The mail only came once a week, so we Always looked forward to it.
  14. 14. Is there anything you are lookingforward to? What are you not looking forward to?
  15. 15. Look forward to is used veryoften at the end of formal letters:- I look forward to hearing from yousoon.- Looking forward to meeting younext week.
  16. 16. THE END

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