"What is taking her so long?"

We normally say that when we have been waiting a person for a long time.


My son has been waiting his mother for a long time in car.

When my wife went in car.

My son told my wife.

"You are taking too long."

Does the phrase above can be use?


"You are taking too long."

Yes, "taking too long" and variations like "taking a while" and "taking a bit" are common expressions in English.

Does the phrase above can be use?

"Can the phrase above be used?" or "Can the phrase above be of use?"

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