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How can I say “I look forward to” in Italian?

Posted by Monica on July 15, 2013

Hi, I can’t wait to going on holiday …    Pieve

I look/I’m looking forward to

In Italian we say: “Non vedo l’ora” … di andare in vacanza (DI + infinito) or  che tu arrivi (CHE + congiuntivo)

Yes,  “Non vedo l’ora” = literally “I can’t see the hour”

images non vedo

orologio-colorato

SO:

  • Non vedo l’ora di incontrarti
  • Non vedo l’ora di partire
  • Non vedo l’ora di abbracciarti

AND

  • Non vedo l’ora che tu arrivi
  • Non vedo l’ora che arrivino le vacanze
  • Non vedo l’ora che voi veniate in Italia 😉
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2 Responses to “How can I say “I look forward to” in Italian?”

  1. David T said

    Non potevo vedere l’ora che tu iniziassi a scrivere di nuovo! 🙂

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