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    Default Which one is correct?

    1) No matter how bad thing is" or "No matter how bad something is"

    2) "Do your best as you can" or "Do the best you can"

    3) "I look forward to see you" or "I am looking forward to see you".


    I am new to this forum. I hope I will learn alot.

    Much thanks or Many thanks?????

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    Default Re: Which one is correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by karenasl View Post
    1) No matter how bad thing is" or "No matter how bad something is"

    2) "Do your best as you can" or "Do the best you can"

    3) "I look forward to see you" or "I am looking forward to see you".


    I am new to this forum. I hope I will learn alot.

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    1. No matter how bad something is.
    2. Do your best.
    3. I am looking forward to seeing you. (I look forward to seeing you) is also possible.

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    Thank Harry for your quick reply.... I am surprised to see
    "seeing" after to ....

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    Default Re: Which one is correct?

    1.No matter how bad something is....
    2.Do the best you can.
    3. I'm looking foward to see you.

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    Default Re: Which one is correct?

    1) " No matter how bad a thing is" or "No matter how bad something is"

    2) "Do the best you can"

    3) "I look forward to seeing you" or "I am looking forward to seeing you".

    Seem fine otherwise

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenasl View Post
    Thank Harry for your quick reply.... I am surprised to see
    "seeing" after to ....
    Don't be surprised. It's not the particle "to" . It's the preposition "to" after which in this expression we use gerund. So "I am looking forward to hearing from you soon"
    Best wishes Harry Smith

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