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What is the difference between wait and await?
Are these sentences correct?
1/He waits me at his office.
2/I will be awaiting his reply.
3/She awaits his gift.
4/You await her over there.
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I am not a teacher, nor a native speaker.
I think it is also worth mention that the verb await is more formal as the OALD says.