How to use "to go on (and on)"
Hi there, I was asked to correct the following sentence:
"I'm hingeing on you to let me know when my talk has gone on for long enough"
It comes from a series of exercises about phrasal verbs with "on".
Honestly I can't figure out where the mistake might be: I can only suppose there could be something wrong with the verb "has gone on", lacking of the last part of the usual expression (" has gone on and on"); or at least something wrong with "for long enough", that could turn out to be a kind of repetition of the phrasal verb.
what's your opinion about that?
Thank you so much in advance to everyone who will help me.