Exercise 4: ‘since & for’

(Practise the difference between ‘since’ and ‘for’)

‘since’ or ‘for’ – multiple-choice test

Difficulty: rather difficult (4 of 5)

Choose the correct answer that has to follow ‘since’ or ‘for’ accordingly. You need to distinguish between a point in time and a time span.

  • Example: “Lexy, we’ve been waiting for you for ___________!”
    • A. this morning
    • B. some time ago
    • C. over two hoursCorrect!

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