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    to wait

    Hi teachers

    How can I use the verb "wait"? Is "for" correctly used in the following examples?

    1. Are they being waited for at the airport?
    2. I have been waiting for you since long.


    Thank you very much in advance


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    Re: to wait

    Quote Originally Posted by teia_petrescu View Post
    Hi teachers

    How can I use the verb "wait"? Is "for" correctly used in the following examples?

    1. Are they being waited for at the airport?
    2. I have been waiting for you since long. "I have been waiting for you" "I have been waiting for you since [time] "since long" - incorrect.


    Thank you very much in advance
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    Re: to wait

    Hi Anglika

    Thank you very much for clarifying that

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