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In this sentence:
I have known her since 1994.
Can it be rephrased as " I knew her from 1994." ? Has the meaning changed?
There's another sentence:
From the moment he saw her, he loved her.
Can it be rephrased as " Since the moment he saw her, he had loved her." ? Has the meaning changed?
I'd appreciate it if you can solve my doubt.
ViceidolI have known her since 1994. (correct)
I have known her since 1990.
We haven't seen them since June.
She has been there since eight o'clock.
Use "for" when you're talking about a period of time (up to the present):
I have known her for 17 years.
We haven't seen them for 3 months.
She has been there for 5 hours.
I hope it's clear enough
Anonymous:this is helpful..
the person is not answering the call then i want to mail the guy.should i mention that
i have been calling you from 15 days
or i'm calling you from past 15 days
answer me which is correct and suggest me the best way i can mail the person.
eg I have been calling you for 15 days.
eg I have been calling you for the last two weeks.
Make sure that you include what you think is the right level of politeness.
Anonymous:I have been calling you for 15 days, since the 1st day you aren't picking my call.
Say eg I have been calling you for 15days, but you haven/t returned any of my calls.
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