Winter is coming . . .
Unless you live down under. In that case: summer is comming!
A reverse Game of Thrones in an alternate universe . . . ;)
Can someone use this sentence in context please?
Well I can imagine this phrase in some soviet propaganda, e.g. when they tried to persuade people to go work and live in the nothern regions of the country
Or just a trip to the Taiga? The North awaits would be perfectly apoltical here in Canada.
Different culture, different history.
Are you OK? Probably not. I can imagine this phrase in this specific course on Duolingo. I can imagine every crazy thing here. Other couses on Duolingo are fine.
that was funny as hell
I got it right, but I'm curious, could "awaits" be used in place of "waits", or is that a totally different word?
"The North awaits" is perfectly fine. I think it works better here because it's intransitive.
What does it mean?
I would like to know also please
If you go to your favorite Web search engine and search for "the north waits", you should get several good contexts (Google did). You want to enter the quotes as well...
Enigmatic. Reminds me of 'The West's awake' in Irish political/historical mythology
Right: “awaits” is not a typo, but a way of saying the same that many people would use mock-poetically.