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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #106601: Since or For
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    Since or For


    Since is used to give the starting point of an action or an event that continues up to the present moment.

    Example: I have been learning English since 2012.


    For is used to talk about a period of time continuing up to the present moment.

    Example:  I have studied English for two years.

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    1. We haven't eaten five hours.

    2. I haven't seen him Wednesday.

    3. He has been with us ten days.

    4. I have studied English two years.

    5. We have worked together 2002.

    6. I have lived in Montreal many years.

    7. John and Maria have been married June.

    8. I've had this car more than twelve years.

    9. I've been waiting 7 o'clock.

    10. I have known her a long time.

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