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    Lokking forward

    Hi guys,

    Could you please explain this phrase, native speakers say "we are looking forward to doing something" but I read in the newspaper "looking forward to conduct elections", so which one is correct ?

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    Re: Lokking forward

    Don't you think that the version most native speakers use is likely to be correct?

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    Re: Lokking forward

    Newspapers can make mistakes.

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