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    Smile is it correct? thanks

    Hello everybody!!! :)

    Is this sentence correct?!

    Thanks in advantage!

    "I am looking forward to late August to come"

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    Re: is it correct? thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by felliot View Post
    Hello everybody!!! :)

    Is this sentence correct?!

    Thanks in advantage!

    "I am looking forward to late August to come"

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    Re: is it correct? thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by felliot View Post
    Hello everybody!!! :)

    Is this sentence correct?!

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    "I am looking forward to late August to come"
    It sounds awkward. I'd say, "I'm looking forward to late August", "I'm looking forward to late August coming/arriving".


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    Re: is it correct? thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by felliot View Post
    Thanks in advantage!
    ...Though I'm moderately sure that you meant "Thanks in advance".

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    Re: is it correct? thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    It sounds awkward. I'd say, "I'm looking forward to late August", "I'm looking forward to late August coming/arriving".

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