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What do these sentences mean and what's the difference? 1. It is five years since I have lived here. (I haven't lived here for five years??) 2. It's been two weeks since he was on a business trip.(Does he returen from his business trip??) 3. It's been two weeks since he has been on a business trip. 4. I haven't heard from him since he lived in London. 5. I haven't heard from him since he has lived in London. Thank you.
Dec 4, 2016 5:52 PM
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1. Yes 2. Yes 3. It's been two weeks since he left for a business trip. [He left two weeks ago and it is continuing now] 4. I haven't heard from him since he moved to London. 5. Wrong. 4. is what you need.
December 4, 2016
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