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A:How long haven’t you studied English?
B: It has been at least for one year.

or

A: How long since you studied English? (Can this question confused with "How long have you been learning English?")
B: It has been at least for one year.

or

A: When was the last time you studied English?
B: It has been at least for one year.

For learning: English
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    A: How long have you studied English?
    B: At least a year. (or It has been at least a year.)

    A:How long has been since you studied English? (or How many years since you began studying English?)
    B:It has been at least a year.

    A:When was the last time you studied English?
    B: It has been at least a year.

    The first one sounds like you are just meeting the person and you are trying to get to know them.
    The second sounds like you are just engaging conversation with a friend/or someone.
    The third sounds like you are interrogating someone close to you.

    But they all sound natural to me. ^^
    Hope this helps!

    A: When was the last time you studied English?
    B: It has been at least one year ago.

    A: How long has it been since you last studied English?
    B: It has been at least a year (since I last studied English)!

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