The jump is caused by G forces. The car is moving and you stop the car, but you dont stop right away. You keep going until another force acts upon you, which is yourself and gravity. This applies to the car too. First the brakes stop the wheel, then the wheel stops the axles... and so on. This causes the "jumping forward".
The question is too vague. Slipping from where? Is it a front wheel drive? Maybe idle speed is way too fast causing car to creep forward?
air coming out of the brake lines... that is if its a truck. if you aply the parking brake.
"Look forward to coming to your hotel" is correct. "Look forward" in the sense of "anticipating with pleasure" is always used with "to". For example, you might say, "I look forward to coming to your hotel this summer."It might be better, however, to say, "I look forward to staying at your hotel", since it is probably the stay you are looking forward to--not simply your arrival.
Yarn forward when knitting means you take the yarn coming from the ball or skein and wrap it, or bring it toward you over the needle and then complete the next stitch. Doing this creates the pattern of the knit.
lifters are beginning to go. timing chain (if vehicle is equiped) may be coming loose. and or exhaust pieces are loose.
Janet was looking forward to the home coming dance
the vehicle has odd fumes coming from the trunk
person coming from behind
if u keep your foot on the gas a little it will grind till u come to a complete stop then it will go into gear smoothly not coming to a complete stop before shifting out of reverse
Dill is coming