It's "looking forward to tomorrow" if you mean 'I anticipate tomorrow'. In contrast, 'looking forward for tomorrow' means something very different. That would imply that someone were looking in a forward direction for the purposes of something happening the next day.
looking forward to wednesday
Is the Buses Running Tomorrow
tomorrow is sunil gavaskars birthday
Today is the present. Tomorrow is the future. Yesterday is the past. Tomorrow as yesterday happens the day after. Incidentally, tomorrow never comes.
Days of Tomorrow was created in 1993.
i will be report to office by tomorrow
Say we are looking forward to working with you it sounds more right
Go with the gerund. Better to say looking forward to working with you
You can say, 'I am looking forward to being there." or "I look forward to being there."
Looking forward to hearing from you.
it is future tense
The correct way to say this is, "I am looking forward to talking to you."
Yes, you can say that. The more formal or full version would be to say "I am looking forward to seeing you."
Yes. The definition of looking forward to it is... The expression "look forward to" is a common expression in English. It means "to expect (something) with pleasure." It is used to say that you are happy that something is going to happen.
Most likely it would be I'm looking forward to hearing from you"
If you are going to be a co-worker or working alongside the other person, say "working." If you are a plastic surgeon or are planning to do something to the other person's body, say "work."
looking forward to Friday in the most gentle way I am looking forward to Friday = Je me réjouis d'être vendredi