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Can you tell me out of the following sentences which of them are correct?

(1) I have attached my CV for your kind consideration. I look forward to your favorable reply.
(2) .... . I look forward to hearing from you.
(3) ...... I look forward to your response.
(4) ........ I look forward for your reply/response.
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Hello,
All except number 4 are grammatically correct. The right preposition for "look forward" is "to".
I would leave out "favorable" in that context.
Hamid
  • I look forward to hearing from you soon.
  • Awaiting for your/the reply.
  • Waiting for your/the response.
  • Hoping for your/the reply.
  • I am looking forward to hearing from you.
  • I am looking forward for your/the reply.

Jithin

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  • There are various grammar mistakes in those phrases, but mainly they should be avoided because they seem to put undue pressure on the person to respond.
  • Just say I look forward to hearing from you.

We look forward to your swift response.

We look forward to your swift response. This seems to me a bit like saying 'HURRY UP AND RESPOND!'

Clive

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