It's 'I look forward to meeting you'. This holds true for any construction of this sort. 'I look forward to meet you' should be correct.
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- I look forward to meet/meeting with you.
- I think this version sounds quite natural: I am looking forward to meeting you.
- Is it formal enough or is it rather informal?
- Is the phrase "We are looking forward to seeing you there" appropriate for a business invitation?
- Are you talking about having a business meeting with somebody that you know already?
- Are you talking about meeting somebody for the first time?
- But, I think what you have "We are looking forward.
- I am looking forward to meet/meeting with you.
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Marabar, We are looking forward to meeting you and your family shortly.
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Which of the following is more common in English? You could also use "I look forward to meeting you", but the first version sounds a little more likely to me. You don't have permission to view this page. You don't have permission to view this page. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account?