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:
In polite structure change the sentence.
Find a word wich is similar in meaning to(i)deadly(ii)destructive
Change this sentence into question form and into negative form.1.Human activity causes floods?
Why do I say 'wegen des Studenten' and not 'wegen des students'
Which is correct - 'Kriegstagesbuch des Alfred Rubbel', or 'Kriegstagesbuch des Alfred Rubbels'
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