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    #1

    you wait and see or you watch

    But before the year's out, I'll have been paid. You watch.

    I wonder if we can also say 'You wait and see' here and is there any difference between the two sentences.

    Thank you in advance.

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    #2

    Re: you wait and see or you watch

    I think they both work equally well, although I've usually heard both expressions with a leading "Just" - which is just for emphasis.

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