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For questions about how certain words, phrases or grammatical aspects are typically used.

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Assuming that you mean you are considering that you will maybe go to the beach, the normal statement is I am thinking of going to the beach. If you used on instead of of if would mean that you w …
answered Jan 18 '18 by DJClayworth
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The correct way to describe someone who is doing this is to say: You are waiting for me to make a mistake. "Waiting on me" is incorrect here, and so is "waiting me". "You are waiting for a mista …
answered Jun 10 by DJClayworth
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The two are interchangeable. Neither is more correct than the other.
answered Mar 22 by DJClayworth