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Difference between look forward to and looking forward to
There is little difference between I look forward to and I am looking forward to.
Look forward means ‘think about a future event with pleasure’. We look forward to something that is certain to happen, and that we are glad about.
Look forward to can be followed by an –ing form, but not by an infinitive.
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