(Since, for) prepositions exercise with answers.

In this exercise, you are going to practice when and how to use: since and for prepositions.

They are so many types of prepositions, but we are going to focus in this exercise about (since and for prepositions).

  • Fill in the blanks with the appropriate preposition: (since, for).
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(Since vs for) exercise

My company has been doing well sales picked up.

I have known her along time.

Have people  the Revolution become happier?

I have been driving more than an hour

I had met her before, I recognized her right away.

John and Lina have known each other 2012

I've been trying to catch you  you left the lounge.

I have been waiting for you more than 2 hours.

I haven't seen Lina 2000.

I have known him 10 years now.

 

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This particular exercise was about (since, for) prepositions and how to deal with them within sentences.

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