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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106148: Since or For
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    1. I have been waiting for you two hours ! What were you doing ?

    2. Peter has been living in London 1990.

    3. We have been married 10 years !

    4. Paul has been in the bathroom a quarter of an hour.

    5. We have been walking a long time.

    6. I have been in London last Monday.

    7. Sandra has been working 3.00 p.m.

    8. Paul has been playing football an hour.

    9. Felix, my cat, has been sleeping midday.

    10. My sister has been cooking three hours. I am scared of what we are going to eat.









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