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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #44345: For, Since, During and Ago
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    For, Since, During and Ago

     For is used when we talk about a period of time


    I have worked for 3 hours


     Since is used when we talk about the beginning of the action


    I have worked since 8 o'clock


     Ago is used as a date


    I worked 2 days ago


     During is used with a noun

     For is used with a period of time


    He called her during her break and talked to her for more than twenty minutes.


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    1. We've been waiting here 4 o'clock !
    2. I haven't heard from them two weeks.
    3. We've known each other 2003.
    4. They've been living in Bath last month.
    5. I've had a passion for King Arthur a long time.
    6. My father bought a shop there a couple of years .
    7. I haven't been to Britain I moved to Nancy.
    8. I often stay with him the holidays.
    9. The bomb exploded the Prime Minister's speech.
    10. I've been running twenty minutes.
    11. I've had this car a month.
    12. They've had this pet May.
    13. They left one week .
    14. They've been away a week.

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