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    #1

    wait my turn (or) wait for my turn

    I will wait my turn.
    I will wait for my turn.

    Are both sentences correct? please explain. Thanks.

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    Re: wait my turn (or) wait for my turn

    Quote Originally Posted by jayan12 View Post
    I will wait my turn.
    I will wait for my turn.

    Are both sentences correct? please explain. Thanks.
    Yes, both are correct, the first is informal.

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