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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59200: Since or for
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    1. Dennis and Phillip haven't met the early 1940s.

    2. They haven't met sixty-five years.

    3. Dennis has been staying at his son's three months.

    4. He has been staying at his son's last Christmas.

    5. Phillip has been married to Mary fifty years

    6. He has been married to her 'half a century'.

    7. Dennis has been divorced one month.

    8. He has been divorced last month.

    9. Dennis has moved about twenty times he last saw Phillip.

    10. Phillip has never moved he got married.









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