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Here's a sentence that expresses an expectation for an object:

I've been expecting your email.

How would it work if it had to express an expectation for an action instead?

Would the following be correct:

I've been expecting you to write me.

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I've been expecting you to {perform some action}

is perfectly correct.

As an aside: in British English you are more likely to say write to me than write me. I believe the converse applies in US English.

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