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A. How long? Look at these time words and expressions.

Some of them use ‘for’ and some use ‘since’.

I’ve been ill for two days.

I’ve been ill since last night.

Put them into the correct column. for two days . . . . . . . . . . since last night . . . . . . . . . .

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Mr Blake has been Nick’s class teacher _________________ last year. They have lived in Oxford ___________________ three years. The Bells have had their new car _________________ the spring. 12. 1. ever. Tom has played in the school football team _________________ four months. 4. He hasn’t done it ___________________. The Todds have lived in Willow Road _________________ many years. yet. The Langtons have lived in Cedar Avenue _________________ April. 4. 6. never.com. 8. I have ___________________ gone there. 1. 3. The Bells have lived in Merton _________________ six years. 6. already. 5. He has known her ___________________ January. They have been at their present address _________________ 1989. 7. 2. for. 9. 10. Peter has ___________________ written the letter. No. Mrs Bell has been at the hairdresser’s _________________ nine o’clock.Put in for or since. Mr Bell has worked for his company _________________ 1985. Have you ___________________ been to the USA? 2. 11. Mr Bell is in Cairo now. Complete the following sentences with: since. Your nline English Class – http://youronlinenglishclass. B.pt . 3. 5. Nick has known Tom _________________ he moved to Merton. Chip has been with the Bells _________________ he was a puppy. He has been there _________________ last week.