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all day • freak out • just about
pop out of • look forward to
  1. We seeing you soon.
  2. I could read comics . I love them.
  3. We are there. We'll arrive shortly.
  4. Some people at the sight of blood.
  5. Let me the building and check the weather.
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1252 Delish Nigerian Foods

Abiedemi talks about what foods people love in her country, especially children.

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I could talk all day about ---

I could talk all day about food.

When say we can do something all day, we mean that we really enjoy doing it. It never gets boring. Notice the following:

  1. I love video games. I could play them all day.
  2. I could talk about sports all day.

freak --- out

It would freak us out.

When something freaks you out, it makes you worried or bothered. Notice the following:

  1. Not knowing what is on the test freaks me out.
  2. I get freaked out when I see a spider.

just about

You can buy it just about anywhere.

Here, just about means almost or nearly. Notice the following:

  1. There is a 7-11 just about one every street corner.
  2. I know just about everyone in the class.

pop out of

You could just pop out of your office and buy something.

When you 'pop out of' the office, you leave and return quickly. Notice the following:

  1. Bob is not here. He popped out of the office to make a call.
  2. I am going to pop out of here for a second to stretch my legs.

look forward to

That’s always exciting to look forward to

When you look forward to something, usually a time in the future, you are excited about it. It is also a polite phrase to say to someone about your next meeting. Notice the following:

  1. I am looking forward to spending time with my family.
  2. I look forward to seeing you next week. (Common Polite Phrase)