Looking forward to the present getting to you, is it grammatically correct? I wonder how to say: I can't wait to see your reaction / response when you see the present I sent to you. I want to include it at the end of a letter. I don't know if to + sth + ing , is correct in this phrase. Thank you
Feb 3, 2017 3:09 PM
Answers · 1
The sentence is great! I would use reaction, but either works. I would also recommend you change the second 'see' to 'open'. This is to vary the words in your sentence; it makes it feel a little more natural, but is not necessary. Finally, you can actually drop the 'to' in "... I sent to you." It works either way, but the sentence flows better without it.
February 3, 2017
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