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    #1

    forward/ reached out one's hand

    Please help...

    Is this sentence correct.

    I stepped forward to get close( or closer) and reached out my hand to say my farewell.

    Can I also say

    I forwarded my hand ....

    and what about this one ...

    I reached out my hand to farewell.




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    #2

    Re: forward/ reached out one's hand

    To forward something means to send it - it cannot be used as a verb in this context.

    I stepped forward to get close( or closer)[this is not necessary in the sentence] and reached out my hand to say my farewell.

    I reached out my hand in farewell.


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