Say It Right!

Say It Right!

What is the correct answer?

“We finally got tickets and are _____________ the show!”

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A. Looking behind for
B. Looking forward to
C. Looking back on
D. Looking down on

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For more on “to count on,” see our Daily English # 141 – A Brainstorming Session.

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