hey, how are you guys doing? Can you explain for me the differences between "When you get off the plane, I will be waiting for you. " and "When you get off the plane, I will wait for you. " Thanks :) Keep doing the good work.

Hi. 🙋🏻‍♀️
The first one is what most people say. It means that I will already be at the arrival gate when you get off the plane.
The second one is awkward, and no native speaker would say it. "When you get off the plane, I will wait WITH you" would work better. That would mean that I will stay with you once you get off the plane.
We hope that clears things up.

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