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Since or For

Remember, for is used with a period of time. Since is used to refer to a specific point in time. You can use for and since with similar verb tenses, if you wish. … But please remember this: for can be used with other verb tenses, including the future!

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1 / 15

He's worked there____he left college.

2 / 15

I've know her ____ages.

3 / 15

It's been open____last month.

4 / 15

I lived there____several years.

5 / 15

I haven't seen them____July.

6 / 15

____when have you been allowed to do that?

7 / 15

I've know her____ages.

8 / 15

I've been waiting ____twenty minutes.

9 / 15

I have been waiting _____midday.

10 / 15

They've known about it____ages.

11 / 15

These windows haven't been cleaned____months.

12 / 15

____ then, I haven't been able to sleep well.

13 / 15

I learned German_____two years while I was at school.

14 / 15

These windows haven't been cleaned____months.

15 / 15

I have been living here____July.

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The average score is 82%

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Since or For