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    ' I was looking forward to an opportunity knocking on me '

    ' I was looking forward to an opportunity knocking on me ' is this sentence correct or I was looking forward to an opportunity to knock (on) me . which sentence is correct in grammar and usage could you please help to frame a better sentence Thanking you

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    Re: ' I was looking forward to an opportunity knocking on me '

    'I was looking forward to an opportunity knocking on me.' Is this sentence correct or should it be 'I was looking forward to an opportunity to knock (on) me'? Which sentence is correct in grammar and usage? Could you please help to frame a better sentence? Thanking you Unnecessary. Click on the Thank button on any post you find helpful.
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    Neither.

    "I was looking forward to opportunity knocking on my door."

    Note my corrections to your post above, in red.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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