A little question that crossed my mind: We have these two expressions in English, "I can't wait" and "I look forward to" that express our excitement about an upcoming event. I take it "non vedo l'ora che" is often used in Italian, but does that correspond more to "I can't wait to/for ...?" That's the impression I get. It communicates a heightened sense of excitement or urgency. "I can't wait for this work project to be over and my Tahiti vacation to begin next week." Meanwhile, "I look forward to" is a bit less enthusiastic. "I look forward to seeing that new Tom Hanks movie." How would one say this in Italian? Perhaps a few expressions can be used to convey different levels of enthusiasm? Grazie.