So I was going to say something the other day like
"After eating this, you are going to want to go there."
I wanted to express that after eating that, the person would end up with a wish about going to some place. It's taken out of context, it could be a restaurant or so here.
- Is this a correct/good way of saying this? What gave me some doubts is that it was kind of a messy sentence to say. It has two "go" in it and everything.
- Is perhaps the formulation "After eating this, you will want to go to there" better? As I understood from the thread below though, "you will want to" is more intended for instructions. So how would this fit here?
What does "you will want to" mean?
- Is this thing expressed differently in different regions?
The other day was one of the first day of my life that I spent in an English speaking country, so I realized that I've got to step up my game a few notches :)