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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #45801: For or since
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    1. I've been working in this office last summer.

    2. Have you been doing this job a long time?

    3. I've been driving this car more than ten years.

    4. She has been planning the party the beginning of the month

    5. George has been telling the same stories several years.

    6. We've been waiting for a reply we wrote to them last week.

    7. What have you been doing the last time that I saw you?

    8. You've been writing that letter more than two hours.

    9. He's been ill a few days.

    10. I haven't seen you five years, Tom!

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