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    #1

    Unhappy look forward to

    What kind of verb comes after the phrasal verb ( look forward to ) , infinitive or -ing form ?


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    Re: look forward to

    As far as I know, _ing form is used after "look forward to"
    Especially, the sentence "I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon" is often used to end a mail.


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    Re: look forward to

    e.g. I look forward to hearing from you.
    I look forward to seeing my family.
    I'm looking forward to ending this post. ;)

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