FOR OR SINCE?

30 Nov

When we use the present perfect simple or continuous, it’s common to use For or Since when we want to talk about how long or since when we have done something. Remember that we use “for” to say the duration of an action or period of time and “since” when we talk about a specific point in time.

Practice “for and since” in our quizlet class:

FOR AND SINCE

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