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    #1

    How long have you

    How long have you been wating for me?
    How long have you waited for me?

    Is both sentences right to use ?
    Are they different in usgae?

    Thanks

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    #2

    Re: How long have you

    How long have you been waiting for me?
    How long have you waited for me?


    Question (1) present perfect continuous
    Question (2) present perfect


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    #3

    Re: How long have you

    My question was how those sentences differ in meaning?
    Can i say one for another in same situation?
    Thanks..

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