Making suggestions; ‘fancy' Revision:
Present Perfect - for ages - I suggest - Why don't we...? Vocabulary to fancy
- would like to / want to. Followed by + ing
- I fancy a pizza tonight.
- She fancies going to London next weekend.
to be romantically attracted to someone i.e.
- He's fancied Maria for a long time.
- She fancies John.
- (informal) a long time; often used with the Present Perfect. Depending on the
topic it might mean a few weeks or years, i.e.- I haven't had a holiday for ages.
Might mean five years.- I haven't bought a newspaper for ages.
Might mean five months. Also:
it's ages, i.e.
It's ages since I've drunk coffee.forecast
- the weather forecast; predicting the weather.Let's - to make a suggestion. Followed by infinitive i.e.
- Let's buy a tent and go camping.
- Let's ask Jane if she'd like to come with us.
- to make a suggestion . Followed by ing
- Where shall we go on holiday?
- What about going swimming later?
- What about Italy?
* How about...?
is also possible.