Wait or Await?

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You do know that words help us to express our ideas and thoughts. So, we should know the proper use of words. Well, are you confused about Wait vs Await.

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1. Wait vs Await.

2. Wait or Await?

3. The difference between Wait and Await.

4. Wait meaning.

5. Await meaning.

As Pickering says, ‘Far better is to know everything of a little than a little of everything.'

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Now, Lets move on:

Only one difference will clear your concept.

It is -

Wait - it means, while staying in one place for someone or something to happen, you allow time to go by.

Let's see:

1. I am waiting for her.

2. I am waiting to use her mobile.

3. He is waiting for me.

4. Don't wait for me, I will return very late.

5. Father is waiting for you.

But, Await meaning!

It is Simple.

Await - it means to wait for something.

It also means to wait in the future for someone or something.

Let's see:

1. I am anxiously awaiting my result.

2. I am awaiting your answer.

3. He has been awaiting our party.

4. I have been awaiting her answer.

5. We are awaiting the trial.

6. In the office, no jobs are awaiting me.

Very Important:

Generally, after 'Wait', the prepositions-To or for are used.

Let's see:

1. I am waiting for him.

2. I am waiting to do the work.

    But, after 'Wait', generally no prepositions are used.

Let's see:

1. You are awaiting my result.

2. We are awaiting my performance.

This is about Wait vs Await.

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