as long as I believe, looking forward to will come true
- LouisLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
So long as you believe, your dream would surely come true some day.
So long as I believe, my dream would surely come true some day.
to look forward to something是一個行為（action），意思是：正在期盼某件事發生（應該沒有come true的道理）。如：
I'm looking forward to working with you.
He had worked hard and was looking forward to his retirement.
as/so long as: used before saying the conditions that will make something else happen or be true
- 羅莉Lv 77 years ago
Infinito and I belong to one team working for the same boss. There was a while I couldn't access YK+ and he allowed me to use his ID to answer this question. However, I marked my name.
- DaSaGwaLv 77 years ago
Master 羅莉! Are you and master Infinito - 無極 the SAME person?
Look like, the answer you gave me to one of my questions to you has discrepancy.
- EdLv 67 years ago
Belief makes expection come true.
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- Infinito - 無極Lv 77 years ago
As long as I believe, looking forward to will come true. (X)
As long as I keep confident, my expectation will come true. (O)
looking forward to後面必須有受詞, 否則意義不完整; 再者, 若動名詞片語
looking forward to xxx作為主詞, 與come true這個動作不構成通順語意.
.....the goal I look forward to will come true.
<--- the goal後面省略的關代which/that, 是look forward to的受詞.Source(s): 羅莉: 文法+語感
- MajestasLv 57 years ago
Truth is believing. 便可以
- TOMING88Lv 77 years ago
As long as I believe the idiomatic expression of looking forward to, it will come true.
Or As long as I believe the looking forward to idiom, it will come true.
It is a participial phrase containing a gerund---looking;
It is well-phrased;
Having got the participial phrase containing a gerund, you need a subject and verb=it will, to complete the sentence.
Hence the English idiomatic expression looking forward to is different from the Chinese idiom on lacking something="looking forward to".