Look Forward to + Noun , Look Forward to + Verb-ing

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Again, here is a short but informative lesson for students of English as a Second Language or ESL. 

To look forward to something means to wait for something with much happiness and anticipation.

Usually, look forward to is followed by a noun or pronoun and it means, we are eagerly waiting for the arrival of fulfillment of an event.

Examples:

I always look forward to Christmas Season.

Christmas is just around the corner, and I am looking forward to it.

I have been looking forward to Christmas.

What if there is no noun, and there is an action verb?

Easy. Just add -ing to the verb.

Examples:

Jane is looking forward to celebrating Christmas with her family in New York.

I am looking forward to meeting the new CEO of the company.

Elon Musk is looking forward to buying Amazon from Jeff Bezos. (Relax people, it’s just an example sentence.)

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