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Excited is an adjective and can be followed by a few different structures. Let’s look at those today.
When you want to mention the thing that makes you feel excited, you can use excited + about + noun:
- I am excited about my trip to Brazil.
- Jack is excited about his new job.
- Is Joe excited about the wedding?
When you want to mention an activity that makes you feel excited, you can use excited + to + verb:
- I am excited to visit Brazil.
- Jack is excited to start his new job.
- Is Joe excited to be getting married?
When you hear someone’s good news and that news makes you feel excited, you can use excited + for + someone:
- I am excited for Jenny. I just heard she is getting married.
- Jack told me he got a great new job. I’m so excited for him.
- Everyone is excited for Jane and Chris. They’re having a baby!
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