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Noor
What is the correct, and why? wait for me or wait me ?
Mar 2, 2011 5:43 PM
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wait for me wait for someone/something
March 2, 2011
"Wait for me". "Wait" is intransitive: it doesn't need an object, which means you can simply write "I wait." If there is a thing or person involved in your waiting, you "wait for ____".
March 2, 2011
wait for sb/sth This is a pattern in english
March 2, 2011
"wait for me" is correct because "wait me" is wrong.
March 2, 2011
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