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Old April 14, 2012, 03:14 PM
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How to say "I'm excited for"

In the context of "I'm excited for the football game (next week)"
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Estoy animado por ...
Estoy entusiasmado por ...

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In the context of "I'm excited for the football game (next week)"
Tal vez encaje bien "Estoy nervioso por el partido de fútbol (la semana que viene)".
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