there is are...who?

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maaded

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Hello,

Is it correct to say there's someone who is waiting for you ? The "who" is incorrect I suppose ? Is it better to say: there's someone waiting for you.

Thank you. Jean-Luc
 

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There's someone waiting for you is more natural-- the who is has been elided; but there is nothing wrong with the longer form.
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