Letter: Closing - I <am looking, look> forward to <hear, hearing> from you.

DodoSVK

Senior Member
Slovakia - slovakian language
hi. I would like to use this sentence at the end of my letter:

but I dont know which of them is correct..pls help me with this:

I look forward to hear from you.
I look forward to hearing from you.
I am looking forward to hear from you.
I am looking forward to hearing from you.

Which of them can I use?
Is here more correct sentences then one? ( I hope at least one of them is OK :) )
 
  • Matching Mole

    Senior Member
    England, English
    hi. I would like to use this sentence at the end of my letter:

    but I dont know which of them is correct..pls help me with this:

    I look forward to hear from you.:cross:
    I look forward to hearing from you.:tick:
    I am looking forward to hear from you.:cross:
    I am looking forward to hearing from you.:tick:

    Which of them can I use?
    Is here more correct sentences then one? ( I hope at least one of them is OK :) )
    The second ticked question sounds a little more friendly, the first is more business-like.
     

    petereid

    Senior Member
    english
    hi. I would like to use this sentence at the end of my letter:

    but I dont know which of them is correct..pls help me with this:

    I look forward to hear from you.:cross:
    I look forward to hearing from you.:tick:
    I am looking forward to hear from you.:cross:
    I am looking forward to hearing from you.:tick:

    Which of them can I use?
    Is here more correct sentences then one? ( I hope at least one of them is OK :) )
     
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