Is it okay to say ”looking forward to working with you”, and when do you say it?
It is grammatically correct to say “looking forward to working with you”. This is used when you were having a conversation with somebody or some people and you about to depart. The phrase is used to express a feeling of eagerness to do something in future with somebody or some people. You are excited to do something. Like you were in an interview and you are over with it. If its a small company you can say “I am looking forward to working with you”. If it is a big organization, instead of saying “working with you” say ” working with (the company).
When also talking with somebody like a mate you are about to work with you it is correct to use the phrase too. It is polite to say, “I looking forward to working with you John – see yah”.
Looking forward to jogging with you.
Looking forward to traveling with you.
Looking forward to working with you.
You can also say; I look forward to working with you.
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