#GrammarTrvia: “be about to do something”

“be about to do something” is used to express activity that will happen in the immediate future, usually within 5 minutes.

Example: Anne is putting on her coat and walking toward the door. She is about to leave the house.

Compiled and written by at on September 18, 2011

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