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1. I have hunger to go home now.
2. I have a hunger to go home now.
3. I am dying to go home now.
4. I am looking forward to go home now.
5. I anticipate going home now.
6. I expect to go home now.

(Are they grammatical? Which one is correct, #1 or #2? Do all the sentences have the similar meaning?)

  • English -

    1. is not grammatical.

    2 is grammatical but not used very often.

    3. is commonly used.

    4 is ok if we say "I am looking forward to GOING home now."

    5 and 6 are grammatical and common.

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