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    wait

    Can "wait" and "await" be used without "for"?
    For example, can I say

    I'll be waiting for you outside.

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    Re: wait

    Quote Originally Posted by b.a.d. View Post
    Can "wait" and "await" be used without "for"?
    For example, can I say

    I'll be waiting for you outside.
    You can say; 'I'll be waiting for you....' or 'I will await you....' The second example is a bit formal and dated.

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    Re: wait

    Thanks! )

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