Number 1 works fine. Number 2 can also work, given a proper context.
Student or Learner
Dear teachers :)
I am being teached by teacher - non native speaker. Her boyfriend comes from an English-speaking country. The problem is that she asked him whether the following sentences are correct:
- I am excited to play against Federer tomorrow/next week.
- I am excited I'll play against Federer tomorrow/next week.
- I am excited I am going to play against Federer tomorrow/next week.
- I am excited I'll be playing against Federer tomorrow/next week.
3, 4 are correct in his opinion. However numbers 1 and 2 aren't. Sentence number two is "weird". What is that weird on the sentence number two? Would you use it? If not, why?
Would you be so kind and show me a context where it could possibly work? I don't have one. It would help me a lot. I thought it didn't matter what the context would be here.
Just a quick note, Dominik92: "teach" is an irregular verb