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    wait or to wait

    Hi, I have question: all you have to do is wait/to wait. Which one should I use and why? thanks

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    Re: wait or to wait

    Quote Originally Posted by vredes View Post
    Hi, I have question: all you have to do is wait/to wait. Which one should I use and why? thanks
    Both are correct, most people would say the former rather than the latter.

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