Awaiting Your Agreement

It has obtained permission from the Taiwanese government for a Fab in Shanghai and is awaiting approval of a second phase, he said. The verbs to be maintained and maintained have the same meaning (i.e. staying in a place or delaying an action until a given time or event). However, there are some differences in grammar and use. Use of waiting: The verb of waiting is more common, especially in informal settings and language. The wait is followed by an adverbiale particle in front of an object. Example 1: I am waiting for Mr. Sands to respond to my call. Example 2: they have been waiting for the bus for half an hour. Example 3: Wait here! I`ll be back in five minutes. Use of awaiting: The verb of waiting is often used in formal, written contexts, especially at the end of business correspondence. This means the same thing as waiting, but we use waiting -direct object (without the word for).

Example 4: Thank you for receiving me yesterday morning. As far as our conversation is concerned, I am waiting for your response. Example 5: We hope you find our products for your needs. Wait for your answer. Faithful, Lianna Randolph Observe the difference: (False) I wait for Mr. Sands to answer me. (Exact) I am waiting for Mr Sands to respond (rightly), I am waiting for Mr Sands` response. (False) I`m waiting for your call. (Exact) I`m waiting for your call.

(Exact) I`m waiting for your call. This role is often misinterpreted as one of those waiting for your approval of the wine itself, but this initial sip is to make sure that the wine is not twisted, and that it will be good for everyone at the drinking table. All authorized lines are: Apart from these authorized lines, there are several other proposed lines awaiting approval to be admitted to Phase III. His organization, the National Apology Foundation, which is “obliged to immortalize the spirit and objects of the 2008 excuse,” is awaiting approval of public utility status. Sprint Nextel, the third-largest U.S. airline, and Softbank, headquartered in Tokyo, are currently awaiting approval of a proposed US$20.1 billion merger and are currently controlled by the Federal Communications Commission, the Department of Justice and the Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States.