LS Refresher 31: Since, From, and For

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Do you sometimes get confused with since, from, and for? Check this post and find out the use of these words.

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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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