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'I am looking forward' is less formal. How wouldlook forward to 'hear' vs 'hearing' [gerund, infinitive 6 posts26 Jan 2009EN: look forward to + V-ing16 posts21 Dec 2007I'm looking forward to hear/hearing from you?8 posts9 Nov 2006I am looking forward to hearing from you10 posts17 Jan 2006More results from forum.wordreference.comI'm looking forward to hearing from you vs I look forward www.english-test.net/forum/ftopic12490.htmlCachedSimilarSep 11, 2006 - 15 posts - ?10 authorsIt's interesting to see that in most business letters you probably will find I look forward to hearing from you, mabye that's because the phrase isWhy use 'to hearing' and not 'to hear'?10 posts23 Jul 2009Look forward to hear from you?15 posts1 Feb 2006Looking forward to hearing from you5 posts16 Apr 2005More results from www.english-test.netI (am) look(ing) forward to hear/hearing from youjakubmarian.com/i-am-looking-forward-to-hear-hearing-from-you/CachedSimilarObviously, “hear” is not a thing, so it wouldn't make much sense to “look forward to hear from you”. and. The thing you are looking forward to is “hearing from you”:. This one probably requires English teachers or writers who do I look forward to hearing from you or looking forward to hear from you or ? Mister Micawber: . You would rarely say to a friend on the phone 'I look forward toI am certainly looking forward to hearing the contributions which Members have to make in ensuring that the Northern Dimension, which has begun so well, can I look forward to hearing from you. The grammar of this structure is 'to look forward to' + noun/gerund.How to end a letter?10 posts14 Aug 2014Formal letter to university asking for information 4 posts14 Aug 2014is this correct "I am looking forward to talking to you 5 posts14 Aug 2014More results from www.englishforums.comI'm looking forward to hear(ing) from you - UsingEnglish.comwww.usingenglish.com//128595-I-m-looking-forward-to-hear(ing)-froCachedSimilarAug 21, 2010 - What is correct : "I'm looking forward to hear from you" or "I'm looking forward to hearing from you" ? Oct 26, 2012 - So while they are grammatically different ('I look forward [to hearing from you]' is simple present tense, while 'I am looking forward [to hearing Hi, Why do we use - hearing in this sentence and not hear? Sentence: I look forward to hearing from you. Sentence: I am looking forward to Jan 26, 2011 - I look forward to hearing from you soon. I am looking forward to hear from you. Hello, The following is about "I look forward to hearing from you." and "I'm looking forward to hearing from you." and its differences.
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