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    #1

    Look forward to

    Hi,
    Which one is better to be used at the end of a letter?

    "I am looking forward to hearing from you"
    or
    "I look forward to hearing from you"

    Thanks.

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    Re: Look forward to

    Both are correct. 'Look' has perhaps a more formal feel.

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