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    Awaits or Awating?

    Hi,
    I'm writing a draft for two people to approve.
    In the subject field, should I write:

    Draft - Awaits your approval
    or
    Draft - Awaiting your approval



    Thank you

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    Re: Awaits or Awating?

    Quote Originally Posted by Revoib View Post
    Hi,
    I'm writing a draft for two people to approve.
    In the subject field, should I write:

    Draft - Awaits your approval
    or
    Draft - Awaiting your approval



    Thank you
    Welcome to the forum, Revoib.

    My preference would be the second, (I am) Awaiting your approval.

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    Re: Awaits or Awating?

    I tend to think of it as the document/drawing itself that is awaiting approval. So I would say "(it is) awaiting your approval."

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