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
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Are the words interesting and interested related or different
There is some food or there some food which is correct
How are animals said in German
Off at the end of a verb
"there is no issue" or "there are no issues"?
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