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Dear teachers, could you proofread these sentences?
John's willed to travel/go/live abroad.
They say traveling abroad is a unforgettable experience!
To travel abroad someone has to take his/her passport card!
When you are abroad, one can say you are off.
Thank you very much
I think it was a British teacher who told me once: When are you off? or something like that.
As for 'willed', why is that sentence wrong? Can't I say I am willed or available to travel anywhere?