I could have included the question in the title actually. I was wondering how I should use ''looking forward to'' when I want someone else to do something. Namely, which one is correct?
I am looking forward you to solving the problem?
I am looking forward to you solving the problem?
Google and Cambridge translators give no difference between them (I have translated them to Spanish), and on-line Cambridge dictionary says nothing about this. And neither does a quick search on Google.