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    Tan Elaine is offline Key Member
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    Looking forward to see you.

    Can I end a letter with "Looking forward to see you"? I remember reading that it should be "I look forward to seeing you."

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    Re: Looking forward to see you.

    It must be "I look forward to seeing you". We look forward to (preposition) a noun/pronoun/gerund.

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