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for a while vs for awhile?

I'll be staying in London for awhile or I'll be staying in London for a while? What is the difference between them?
4 years ago
Asked 4 years ago
Kian

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for a while (preposition + article + noun); "awhile" is an adverb. Ex.: I stayed there for a while. I stayed there awhile.
Answered 4 years ago
Stu Pitt

Thank you!
Answered 4 years ago
Kian



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