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Exercise 1: *‘since & for’*

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(Practise your skills in using *‘since’* and *‘for’*)

*‘since’* or *‘for’* – dropdown (difficulty: 3 of 5 – medium)

For the gaps, choose either ‘since’ or ‘for’, which are frequently used with the present perfect. Consequently, you have to differentiate between a point in time and a period.

- Example: “Jill has been sleeping since two o’clock.”

If you still need help with the topic, have a look at the use of ‘since & for’ again.

### Further exercises and explanations referring to the ‘Use of *‘since’* and *‘for’*’

The following exercises and explanations are related to the topic ‘Difference and usage of ‘since’ and ‘for’ in English’:

- Difference of period and point in time in detail
- Using the present perfect simple
- Using the present perfect continuous
- Exercise 2: ‘since’ and ‘for’