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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4520: For,since and ago
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    For,since and ago


     For is used when we talk about a period of time:

    He has worked for 2 days

    He has been working for 2 days


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

    She has been writing a letter since 2.30 pm

    She has been writing a book since last April


    Ago is used when we talk about the moment when the action started:

    She worked 2 days ago

    He left school one month ago


    Complete the sentences with for, since or ago.

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    1. She went to Brisbane three years
    2. We have been learning English six months
    3. I met her a long time
    4. She has been working on this translation a few hours
    5. He has been watching TV 6.00 p.m.
    6. Three days he started reading a book
    7. It has been a long time I met her
    8. She has been singing hours
    9. Tom has been sleeping yesterday
    10. The weather has been very fine the beginning of June

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