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Anonymous:is this correct "I am looking forward to talking to you"?
Anonymous:I would use the phrase "I look forward to talking with you"
1. "look" vs. "am looking"= "look" is active tense, which is grammatically preferable
2. "talking with" vs. "talking to"- "talking with" shows more of a conversational, personal/warm tone. Typically, if you say you need to "talk to" someone, it is more of a one-way street, and can have a slightly negative/cold connotation, ie, "I need to talk to you"
Anonymous:Great, many thanks!
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