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I want to email my boss that I am still waiting for/to results from users - they need to fill out some form. I am not sure which sentence is correct:

I am still waiting for results

OR:

I am still waiting to results

Thank you!

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The correct form would be

I am still waiting for results.

Alternatively, you could use the phrase

I am still waiting to get the results.

Note that "to get" here is used together as a verb, not a preposition as your post was asking.

The preposition "for" can be used to designate a reason akin to "because."

I am waiting for you.

The preposition "to" can be used to indicate direction, relation, or even a time-span.

  • Hello, petryuno. Please don't endorse off-topic questions with answers: it merely encourages more. – Edwin Ashworth Aug 31 '17 at 22:24

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