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Since and for
Notice:Since and for = depuis.
'FOR' is used for general periods of time. It’s to express duration.
- For three days,
- For a week,
- For several years,
- For two centuries.
'SINCE' is used for a starting point, a specific time.
- Since Monday,
- Since 1997,
- Since the last war.
- Since the day we met.