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    I'm looking forward to hear(ing) from you

    What is correct : "I'm looking forward to hear from you" or "I'm looking forward to hearing from you" ?

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    Re: I'm looking forward to hear(ing) from you

    Only 'I'm looking forward to hearing from you' is correct.

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    Re: I'm looking forward to hear(ing) from you

    We would normally say "I look forward to hearing from you" at the end of a fairly formal letter or email.

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