Do you sometimes get confused with since, from, and for? Check this post and find out the use of these words.
According to Speakspeak, since and for both express duration up to a point in the present, but we use them differently.
– Since expresses duration of an unfinished action, up to a point in the present:
“I’ve been here since 8 o’clock this morning so I’m going home now.”
– We use from in other cases:
“I will be here from 8 o’clock tomorrow.“
– We use for + a time period.
“We have lived in this house for thirty years.”
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