By the way, Srck, forum rules require that you provide some input into your posts in that you could tell us which you think is correct and why or something along those lines. You are required to help work through this instead of us just giving you the right answer (as I've done this time).Hi,
Could you please correct the following sentence?
I am looking forward to meet you
I am looking forward in meeting you
I am looking forware to meeting you
In the above sentences, which one is correct???
Oh, those darned forum rules - they also require proper capitalization!Thanks a lot. From my next post onwards, I will do it.
Regarding the sentences, I need one small clarification.
Will "ing" comes after "to"??. Normally, we avoid Gerund right??. I am completely confused. Please explain
Thanks a lot for your quick response.Oh, those darned forum rules - they also require proper capitalization!
I'm not 100% certain what you mean, Srck. I'm not a grammarian but there are lot of similar sentences ie:
"I'm looking forward to driving my new car"
"I'm looking forward to dining at that new restaurant"
Thanks a lot. Now I have got a better understanding of Gerunds.In this case, "meeting" is used as a gerund. Remember, gerunds function as nouns. The present participle, which has the same spelling, functions as adjectives in addition to constructing the present progressive tense.
"To look forward to" is generally followed by a noun.
"I'm looking forward to my birthday party."
"I'm looking forward to our next interview."
"I'm looking forward to seeing you."