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    #1

    while waiting/waiting

    Hi

    While waiting for the train I talked to ...

    Waiting for the train I talked to ...



    Is it better with "while" or without it?

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    #2

    Re: while waiting/waiting

    Both are acceptable. I'd almost certainly use 'while'.

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