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He pulls up at a street corner where his friend waits, smoking a cigarette.

He spots his friend waiting at a street corner, smoking a cigarette, and pulls up.


Are the two sentences correct? How would you write it?

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anonymousHe pulls up at a street corner where his friend waits, smoking a cigarette.

OK, but "is waiting" is better than "waits"

anonymousHe spots his friend waiting at a street corner, smoking a cigarette, and pulls up.

OK. I'd write it like this.

CJ