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    Thumbs down use of to infinitive

    I look forward to watching the football match.
    is this sentence correct? if so why?

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    Default Re: use of to infinitive

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I look forward to watching the football match.
    is this sentence correct? if so why?
    "Look forward to" is a verbal expression followed by a gerund or by a noun[or a noun phrase]:

    I look forward to watching...-correct

    I am looking forward to watching...- correct

    I look forward my vacation - correct

    For more information, click on the following:

    http://www.usingenglish.com/forum/as...k-forward.html
    Last edited by Teia; 04-Nov-2007 at 09:47.

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