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"I'm looking forward to hearing from you." and "I look forward to hearing from you." Is it a question of formality with the simple present version ...

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Mar 19, 2015 ... The correct form is: "Looking forward to hearing from you." The reason is that "to" in this construction is a preposition, and since it is a ...

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5 days ago ... I'm looking forward to the holidays. A: ... We're looking forward to going to Switzerland next month. ... I look forward to hearing from you soon.

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Formal: I look forward to receiving your reply. Informal: I'm looking forward to getting your answer. Is that correct? What is about: I'm looking forward to hearing  ...

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Can I write to "hearing" from you soon or to "hear" from you soon? Which sentence is correct? I look forward to hearing from you or looking forward to hear from ...

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I look forward to hearing from you soon./ I expect to hear from you soon. ○ I look forward to hearing from you./ I'm looking forward to hearing from you./ Looking.

I'm looking forward to hear(ing) from you - UsingEnglish.com

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Aug 21, 2010 ... What is correct : "I'm looking forward to hear from you" or "I'm looking forward to hearing from you" ?

'look Forward To', 'agree To', 'object To' - BBC

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... to say I look forward to hearing from you and not I look forward to hear from you . ... What we are looking forward to can be exemplified as either as a noun ...

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Feb 9, 2014 ... "I'm looking forward to hearING from you soon" ... Improve Spoken American English Slang, Looking Forward To - Duration: 5:45. Learn English ...

looking forward to hearing from you - Traduction française – Linguee

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De très nombreux exemples de phrases traduites contenant "looking forward to hearing from you" – Dictionnaire français-anglais et moteur de recherche de ...

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Mar 19, 2007 ... Hello, The following is about "I look forward to hearing from you." and "I'm looking forward to hearing from you." and its differences. How would ...

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Feb 14, 2014 ... A line like "I'm looking forward to hearing from you soon. ... However, to preserve the formality in the first I would change it to "I look forward to.

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Oct 18, 2015 ... I look forward to hearing from you. or. looking forward to hear from you? I have doubt because I know that the form of a verb is "to+ infinity" ...