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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #18168: For or since
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    For or since

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    1. She has lost a lot of weight her father had the accident.
    2. The crisis seems to have passed the agreement was reached
    3. He has been helping them financially many years now
    4. He hasn't seen her two years
    5. They have been friends their schooldays.
    6. They have been in India a month.
    7. Many years have passed she last spoke to him.
    8. They had been waiting for his letter weeks when it arrived.
    9. They have been thinking of moving their child was born.
    10. His life has changed dramatically the accident.
    11. She had lived alone over sixty years when she died.
    12. She has been waiting for his answer ten days.
    13. Ever his promotion last year, he has been working over twelve hours a day.
    14. There has been a record amount of rain the beginning of the year.
    15. Her sister Pamela has rented that cottage on the seafront three or four years.

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