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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1696: For/since
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    1. They have been living in Canada 1980.
    2. Mrs Brown has been in hospital three weeks.
    3. We have known the Robinsons a long time.
    4. We have had this car last April.
    5. It has been raining tea-time.
    6. She has been working in the garden two hours.
    7. She has been working in the garden 2 o'clock.
    8. I haven't seen her ages.
    9. She's been waiting for you a quarter of an hour.
    10. They have been playing chess four hours.

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