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    Thumbs up ''It promises to be''

    Hello.

    I was wondering if I could use the phrase ''It promises to be a big show''.
    Or if there are other ways or sayings to say that it should be a great spectacle?

    Thank you vey much in advance!

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    Re: ''It promises to be''

    That's fine.

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    Re: ''It promises to be''

    Your sentence is fine, but you could use a more descriptive adjective such as "impressive", "amazing" or "spectacular."

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