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    I know you don't use 'wait on' when it comes to receptionist. I was actually referring to the sentence 'She was already waiting for me'. I was just wondering whether it is grammatically correct (have I used the correct tense), that's all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by misiania View Post
    I know you don't use 'wait on' when it comes to receptionist. I was actually referring to the sentence 'She was already waiting for me'. I was just wondering whether it is grammatically correct (have I used the correct tense), that's all.
    Yes it's perfectly correct.

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