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    here come

    Dear all,

    A reporter adreessing Sandra Bullock after winng the Golden Globe awards saying:

    "Itís gone very well for you tonight. Here come the Academy Awards."

    What does he mean by " Here come the Academy Awards."

    I understand theat the first part means "The award has gone to the one who really deserves it" but i cant get the second part.

    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: here come

    Quote Originally Posted by maiabulela View Post
    Dear all,

    A reporter adreessing Sandra Bullock after winng the Golden Globe awards saying:

    "Itís gone very well for you tonight. Here come the Academy Awards."

    What does he mean by " Here come the Academy Awards."

    I understand theat the first part means "The award has gone to the one who really deserves it" but i cant get the second part.

    Thanks a lot.
    "Here comes somebody", "here comes something" is a phrase. It means that "Academy Awards" are on the way", that "We will soon see the Academy Awards".

    You are not right about the first sentence. It has nothing to do with "deserve".

    A: "How was your job interview?"
    B: "All went very well."

    A: "How is it going with your new job?"
    B: "Very well!"

    The reporter just wants to say that tonight has been a good night for Bullack.

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