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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8444: Wait/expect
to WAIT = to stay somewhere or not do something until something comes, happens.
Sarah is waiting for her boyfriend.
to EXPECT = to believe that something will come, happen
I didn't expect to get such a good mark.
Please choose: EXPECT or WAIT (for).
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