"Teged látlak és teged várlak" I know that my sentence is wrong but I don't understand those verb forms "látlak" and "várlak" Do those verbs include the object?
Yes, "látlak" and "várlak" are both verbs which include first-person singular subjects and second-person objects.
I see = "látok"
I see you = "látlak"
I see him/her/it = "látom"
I am waiting = "várok"
I am waiting for you = "várlak"
I am waiting for him/her/it = "várom"
Nézlek es várlak - is it wrong because of the 'néz' choice or because of the lack of subjects?
Because of the 'néz' choice.
Látlak és várlak. That's enough.
you mean let s see it as a dogma
DuoLingo getting kind of creepy now