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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #8444: Wait/expect
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    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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    1. He can't his bus any longer.He will drive to work.

    2. She is a phone call from her friend Monica.

    3. Mum, I'll never finish in time. -Don't worry, dear, I will you as long as it takes.

    4. Yesterday I him to invite me to go to the cinema.

    5. There are many people, I the train will be crowded.

    6. Where have you been? I have been for 2 hours!

    7. Last time I saw him he was not very nice. I didn't him to be so mean because he used to be such a nice person.

    8. She is so tired ! she can't the holidays !

    9. I don't want to go to the cinema with him, I he will understand.

    10. I am not ready, don't go yet, please me !









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