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    Oh, there she is! I ve been waiting for her (for two hours)

    Are both 'I ve been waiting for her' and 'I ve been waiting for her for two hours' OK with the sentence 'Oh, there she is!'?
    Oh, there she is! I ve been waiting for her.
    Oh, there she is! I ve been waiting for her for two hours.

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    Re: Oh, there she is! I ve been waiting for her (for two hours)

    Yes.

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