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South East England. You could say 'And I you'.
This means 'And I'm look forward to seeing you again'. Lun Banned.
This means 'And I'm look ing forward to seeing you again'. Lun Looknig Does this mean: I'm looking forward to seeing you again too.
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Why did you italicise "I'm"? Please can you clarify.
Can I take it to mean "Me too"? Franco-filly Senior Member. Southern England.
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You could also say "Likewise" see here: I look forward to seeing you. Because in speech you would stress the 'I'm' and to a slightly lesser extent 'you'.
There's two different things going on here, both of which use the word to, which is probably what's confusing you. The rule your teacher taught. "Looking forward to work with","Looking forward to working with" or "Look forward to working with"? "I look forward to seeing you soon" or "I'm. Thanks in advance. What's the difference between A and B? A: I look forward to seeing you soon. B: I'm looking forward to seeing you soon.
If we said 'me too' it would, strictly speaking, mean that 'I'm also looking forward to meeting me again'. But I'm sure many would say 'Me too', and it would be taken to mean the same as 'And I you'.
Do you mean, in simple words, that we put greater stress on 'you' as compared to 'I'm? Do you mean to say that "Me too" is wrong for the OP context?Irondequoit New York Sex.
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But people say it anyway. Looking Forward To Seeing You?
Please explain why the "ing" after looking forward to or look forward to Hi, As a sentence, we commonly say "I am looking forward to seeing you', becuse the continuous tense stresses the duration of the action.
Shortened, this becomes 'Looking forward to seeing you'.
You can think of it as an adjectival phrase, describing the writer. As a sentence, 'I look forward to seeing you' is not wrong.
However, we never shorten this to 'Look forwad to seeing you'. It's not a correct adjectival phrase.
Anonymous Please explain why the "ing" form occurs after looking forward to or look forward to A distinction must be made between the to of the infinitive, which is not followed by an -ing form, and the preposition towhich is followed by an -ing form.