Is it “I’m looking forward to talking to you” or “I am looking forward to talk to you”? Which is correct?

“I am looking forward to talking to you” is correct. In this case “to” is a preposition, and you always need to use the ing form(gerund) after a preposition. “I am looking forward to talk to you” is incorrect. I’m looking forward to talking to you We use “I am looking forward to talking to …

Is it “I’m looking forward to talking to you” or “I am looking forward to talk to you”? Which is correct? Read More »

Is it “I’m looking forward to speaking to you” or “I am looking forward to speak to you”? Which is correct?

“I am looking forward to speaking to you” is correct. In this case “to” is a preposition, and you always need to use the ing form(gerund) after a preposition. “I am looking forward to speak to you” is incorrect. I’m looking forward to speaking to you We use “I am looking forward to speaking to …

Is it “I’m looking forward to speaking to you” or “I am looking forward to speak to you”? Which is correct? Read More »