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    Default to + ing form

    I'm looking forward to meeting you.

    I know this is correct.


    I also find " I'm looking forward to meet you" equally correct.


    Can someone explain when to use to + ing form .


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    Default Re: to + ing form

    Quote Originally Posted by ganesh85 View Post
    I'm looking forward to meeting you.

    I know this is correct.


    I also find " I'm looking forward to meet you" equally correct. It is not correct.
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