Basics of Spoken English | Use of I’m looking forward to Examples

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Basic Tips for Spoken English 

In this article, I am going to share my own thought which is related to Spoken English. In our country spoken English has become a kind of business.

Especially there is too much craze in small city areas. They will tell you that I will teach you English in 30 days or 90 days or Blah blah blah…

But, The reality is that You cannot learn and speak English in a short period of time. You have to invest time for Spoken English.

You have to be eager to speak in English and this will come only and only by practising more and more.

Note:- Most of the people keep on asking How to learn spoken English through Hindi that’s why I have decided that whatever I will share, everything will be in English as well as in Hindi.

Use of ‘looking forward to’ with Examples

Todawe are going to study the use of “I am looking forward to” which is Hindi meaning is ” soch raha hun” It means that waiting or hoping for something, especially with pleasure.

Hindi: Aaj ham Use of looking forward to ke bare me padhne wale hain jiska arth hota hai “Soch raha hun”. Isska prayog kisi ka intjaar ,umeed karna aur khas taur par kisi baat ki khushi ho.

SOUND: Soch Raha Hun

STRUCTURE:  I am looking forward to + Action


1. I’m looking forward to talking to you.
Mai aapse baat karne ki soch raha hun.
2. I’m looking forward to speaking English.
Mai English bolne ki soch Raha hun.
3. I’m looking forward to playing cricket.
Mai Cricket khelne ki soch raha hun.

4. I’m looking forward to leaving you.
Mai tumhe chhorne ki soch raha hun.
5. I’m looking forward to meeting you
Mai Tumse Milne ki soch Raha hun.

6. I’m looking forward to loving you.
Mai aapse pyar karne ki kosish kar raha hun.
7. I’m looking forward to falling in love.
Mai Pyar me padne ki soch raha hun.

8. I’m looking forward to learning English.
Mai English sikhne ki soch Raha hun.
9. I’m looking forward to teaching you.
Mai tumhe padhane ki soch raha hun.

10. I’m looking forward to sending her.
Mai usse bhejne ki soch raha hun.
11. I’m looking forward to going from here.
Mai yahan se jaane ki soch raha hun.
12. I’m looking forward to wandering with you.
Mai tumhare sath ghumne ki soch raha hun

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