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"Looking forward for your reply" or "Looking forward to your reply"? Which one is correct in British English? Which one is correct in American English? Which one is more formal? What about "Looking forward to hearing from you"? Thank you all in advance
Oct 27, 2017 11:21 AM
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looking forward to your reply and looking forward to hearing from you are both correct. "for" is not the correct preposition in this case
October 27, 2017
"Looking forward to your reply" is the only correct answer. There's no division between American and British English here... to tell you the truth, the so-called "differences" are quite uncommon.
October 27, 2017
"looking forward to hearing from you" and looking forward to your reply" are both correct. "looking forward for your reply" is incorrect. This holds true for american and british english
October 27, 2017
"looking forward to hearing from you" and looking forward to your reply" are both correct. "looking forward for your reply" is incorrect. This holds true for american and british english
October 27, 2017
looking forward to your reply and looking forward to hearing from you are both correct. "for" is not the correct preposition in this case
October 27, 2017
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English, Persian (Farsi)
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