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    #1

    look forward/looking forward

    Hi! Is I look forward to meeting you more formal then I am looking forward to meeting you?

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    Re: look forward/looking forward

    They're different, at least to me.

    [1] I look forward to meeting you.
    Meaning, schedules permitting, we may or may not be able to meet.

    [2] I am looking foward to meeting you.
    Meaning, I am definitely planning on meeting with you.

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