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    Are you just here or waits for a long time?

    Are you just here or waits for a long time?
    Do you wait for a long time?

    If someone is waiting for you, we use do or did?

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    Re: Are you just here or waits for a long time?

    Have you been waiting long, or have you just arrived?

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