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I suppose both of the following sentences are correct. If they are, then what's the difference in meaning between them? If one of them isn't, then what's the reason for its incorrectness?

1: I look forward to meet you.

2: I look forward to meeting you.
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I don't think it's correct.
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Well guys....
I don't believe that "look forward to" is right...
We can say " I'm looking forward to seeing you" for example.....
looking + gerund....
AnonymousI don't believe that "look forward to" is right...
I'm sorry, but you are mistaken. Both look forward to and looking forward to are equally correct and acceptable phrases.
But it doesn't has to be necessarily to- infinitive it can be bare infinitiva and in that case #1 sounds right...
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AnonymousBut it doesn't has to be necessarily to- infinitive it can be bare infinitiva
There is no bare infinitive involved,
Anonymous in that case #1 sounds right.
"I look forward to meet you" is wrong
Iam looking forward to meeting you
anonymousI am looking forward to meeting you.
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Hi Charlotte, This was good news on a Friday. I'm look forward to meet you. I can both days for an interview. How is Thursday, December 16th, at 14 pm for you or we can start early at 9 am for example. Will the interview be in Norwegian or English?
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