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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #79100: For or Since
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    1. She has been there 2 o'clock.

    2. Terry has been at the secondary school 1999.

    3. He's going away a few days.

    4. My grandparents have lived in Grasse five years.

    5. John's sister has worked July 1st.

    6. I've been at the secondary school three years.

    7. We've known her she was five.

    8. Sue has played tennis several months.

    9. She's been in France 1996.

    10. She has waited her for twenty minutes.









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