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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66511: For or Since
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    For or Since

    Complete the sentences with for or since.

    Remember :

    • Since refers to a fixed point in time.
    • For refers to a period of time and can be used with different tenses.

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    1. I haven't seen him ages.

    2. Maria hasn't played tennis last summer.

    3. Bob and I have been friends years.

    4. Mr Brown worked in New York ten weeks.

    5. They waited outside the cinema half an hour.

    6. Peter has been in this country January 27th 2005.

    7. his birthday, Yanis has been behaving rather strangely.

    8. We lived in Paris a long time before moving to Brussels.

    9. I've been waiting for the doctor half past four.

    10. I'm sorry I haven't written so long.

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