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Oh great question, Onee-chan. We can say 'excited to do'. For example, I was excited to see my friends. And we can be excited by or at an idea. For example, we were excited by/at the idea of a party. I can't think of a situation where I'd say "excited on' though. I'd probably say 'I was excited about the upcoming holiday'.
Can we say 'excited to watch', 'excited at the idea', 'excited on the upcoming holiday'?
Thank you so much in advance.
I like the word 'super' and I love to see your super cheerful smile in your every video.
So many thanks for making and sharing your super awesome video. ^_^
Thank you, Vicki!
And thank you very much for sharing your interesting videos!
Hi Roman! Yes that Do and Duh are the same. Great question!
I am glad to learn those American and British words and sayings. But is that "doh" the same "duh" that Homer Simpson usually says?
Princess Diana is my forever favorite royal. She embodied elegance with simplicity and proved that you don't have to have a royal blood to serve the less fortunate individuals. The world lost a real princess with a big heart.
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