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What's the difference between "wait" and "hang on"? What's the difference between "wait" and "hang on"? I often hear both on movies. And I just found another question. If I wrote "What's the difference A and B?" without between, is that sentence wrong?
May 28, 2015 2:37 PM
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"Wait" and "hang on" both pretty much mean the same thing. "Wait" is usually more curt and to the point while "hang on" is used in a more casual context. Yes, the grammar is incorrect without the "between".
May 28, 2015
Keita the difference is that 'hang on' is more informal than 'wait'. Also, you should say: 'If I WRITE' not wrote. And 'between' should be in that sentence - otherwise it doesn't make sense.
May 28, 2015
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