I’m about to send out an email and I’m unsure whether the sentence is correct. A friend told me the word arrival needs to be possessed by a person for the sentence to be grammatically correct. The sentence I intended to use is as follows:

I am looking forward to you and the rest of the parties' arrival.

Is this correct, or is there a better wording of this sentence?

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  • I am looking forward to seeing you.... – Hachi Dec 1 '19 at 23:46