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1. You have to wait longer to meet him.
2. You have to stay longer to meet.
3. We can not meet yet.
4. We have to wait longer to meet.
5. It will take longer to meet.

(Are they all grammatical? Are they similar in meanings?)

  1. Writeacher

    #1 is fine, and so is #3.

    In the others, though, who is supposed to meet whom?

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