Shouldn't this be "whom"?
In conservative English, only "whom" is correct.
In today's English, both are found in many situations, with "whom" getting used less and less.
I typed whom -- correct in my native dialect -- and it accepted it.
I had this as a "build the sentence from the given words" exercise, and I was pleased to see a tile for "whom".
Try "for whom do you wait outside"
In correct English, this should be "For whom are you waiting outside".
Also "who are you waiting outside for" I feel should also be correct
Audio is poor on this one, I could only understand "Te kit vársz lunt" ??
I don't know, I clearly hear "kint".