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    I will be waiting for you to contact me

    Is it correct to say: 'I will be waiting for you to contact me.' when you scheduled a time to talk to someone over a chat?

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    Re: I will be waiting for you to contact me

    Quote Originally Posted by Anonymous8421 View Post
    Is it correct to say: 'I will be waiting for you to contact me.' when you scheduled a time to talk to someone over a chat?
    You could say that if that was the arrangement.
    Normally, if you've scheduled a time, then both of you turn up at the appropriate place at the scheduled time. No one has to wait to be contacted unless that's the arrangement.

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