I was not familiar with this expression. Vivement que ....
Vivement que je puisse faire des voyages cette année, for example?
Dictation exercise C1
The expression 'vivement que' is used when you can't wait for something to happen -
Vivement que tu aies ton permis de conduire != Can't wait for you to pass your driving test!
Vivement qu'on soit en vacances ! = Can't wait for us to be on holidays!
Vivement que tu partes ! = Can't wait for you to go!
and as you can see it is followed by the subjunctive.
Bonne Continuation !
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