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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18136: For or since
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    1. Ben has been in Rome three days.

    2. I have been waiting for Ben half an hour.

    3. Ben has lived in Japan last summer.

    4. Ben has worked in a factory 10 years.

    5. Ben will be in Canada three weeks next summer.

    6. He has been a journalist 1992.

    7. He hasn't smoked last May.

    8. I haven't seen them Tuesday.









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