when we have to use since &for
with perfect continuous tenses :)
To use since/ for
I have been study English since 2010 (Since - To specify the year, month, day, hour ...)
I have been study English for 3 years ( For - To specify how long you are doing this)
I hope you understand
you can refer to the post below:
Difference between Laufen and Rennen
I want to know when I should use -ing form as noun or adjective; I am really confused about this.
Excuse me or Pardon? Which is better when you couldn't hear someone on phone?
Is there any explanation about structure for making questions (ex wasvo, etc)? if there is, where can I find it?
Der kalif, der seinem Grosswesir schon lange gern eine Freunde gemacht hätte,...
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