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Ich freue mich auf unseren Aufenthalt (or in the same sense) ich freue mich auf unseren Besuch(looking forward to our visit)

I take German in school and this is what my teacher says it is:

Vorwärts schauen zu unserem Aufenthalt
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You say, "ich freue mich auf deinen Besuch in Deutschland" for informal/singular. For informal/plural, change "deinen" to "euren"; for formal, change "deinen" to "Ihren."

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sich freuen [auf]

ex: Ich freue mich darauf. = I look forward to it.

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Ich freue mich darauf is the translation in German. It is translated from English to German. German is mostly spoken in the European countries.

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