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Since, For, Ago, Before

Since, for, ago and before Since, when used with the present perfect tense, means from a point or period of time in the past up to now. I have lived here since my childhood. I...

Ever | Using Ever

Ever means at any time. It is used mainly in questions. Do you ever wish you were rich? (= at any time) Have you ever been to England? (= at any time up to...

Before vs. In Front Of

Before is used to refer to time. In front of is used to refer to place. Compare: I must reach home before 9 o’clock. She usually leaves for office before 8.30. There is a...

Ago vs. Before

We use ago after an expression of time. The train went out 10 minutes ago. Ago indicates a finished time and is normally used with a past tense. She telephoned five minutes ago. (NOT...