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William L. Mills

I am looking forward <to meet, in meeting, to meeting> you: the correct form

Hi,Could you please correct the following sentence? I am looking forward to meet youI am looking forward in meeting youI am looking forware to meeting. thanks

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OttoPrem updated 18 August
Looking forward to meeting you is the only that works out of those three. 'To' is simply a preposition and we can follow that up with a gerund, which is exactly what happened in the third sentence. Looking forward in meeting you is just bad, avoid using it.
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