I’m looking forward to it.

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On the final sound of “looking”, /ŋ/, make sure your tongue isn’t too far forward. It should be the middle and back of your tongue that touches the top of your mouth, not the front. Notice how “forward” can reduce to one syllable, sounding more like the car – Ford.

We say this when we are anticipating something with pleasure. Half term is coming, and spring is nearly here.

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