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    You have to be very careful in this matter!


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    You have to be very careful in this matter!


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    "Looking forward to hearing from you" is correct. "Look forward to" is an idiomatic phrasal verb comprising a verb, an adverb particle, and a preposition particle.


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    1 Use a call-to-action. ...
    2 I'm eager to receive your feedback. ...
    3 I appreciate your quick response. ...
    4 Always happy to hear from you. ...
    5 Keep me informed . . . ...
    6 I await your immediate response. ...
    7 Write soon!


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    to hear from somebody: to be contacted by someone (by email, telephone, letter, etc.) idiom. I hope to hear from you soon: I hope that soon I will receive your reply.


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    You have to be very careful in this matter!


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