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    > Do you say "waiting you" or "waiting for you"? The correct way to say it is either “waiting for you” or “awaiting you.” “Waiting” is an intransitive verb; it doesn’t take an object. You can say “I’m just waiting.” You can’t say “I’m waiting you.

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