Don’t you just love the summer holidays? Do you daydream about having free time to spend lazing by the pool drinking cocktails, sunbathing on the beach, or swimming in turquoise blue waters on a tropical island paradise? If you’re like me, when you’ve been working hard for several months straight, I bet you can’t wait for your next vacation! Where would like to travel on your next holiday?
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Can’t wait? Like these guys can’t wait?
Not exactly! If you can’t wait for something / to do something, it means you’re eagerly looking forward to it.
Let’s look at a few example sentences, shall we?
- I can’t wait for the concert tonight~ It’s going to be awesome!
- I can’t wait for the next series of Game of Thrones! It’s the best TV show of all time!
- My flight comes in at 6:15. I can’t wait to see you all!
So, there we are. In the comments section below, try to use this phrase in a sentence of your own.
We’re excited to read your examples using today’s expression. Try to answer the questions below.
- What exciting events do you have lined up for this summer?
- When you were a child, were there any important events or festivals you looked forward to? What were they and how did you feel about them?
- Is there any major goal you want to achieve in the next five or ten years? How would it change your life? How do you feel when you think about this?
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