Just thought I mention in case some US members are confused: Most Americans say "being/standing in line," but most New Yorkers (and some others on the US East Coast) say "being/standing on line" and only some Americans (those familiar with British English from television, movies or traveling!) would understand "the queue." So thanks for "translating" the phrase "the queue" for us Americans.
Merci, we do our best!
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