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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #47647: For/since
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    1. Jill has been in Ireland Monday.

    2. Jill has been in Spain three days.

    3. My aunt has lived in Australia 15 years.

    4. Margaret is in her office.She has been there 7 o'clock.

    5. India has been an independent country 1947.

    6. Mike has been ill a long time.

    7. Linda and Frank have been married 20 years.

    8. We have known Lisa 10 years.









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