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Since As An Adverb And Conjunction

Since as an adverb Since is an adverb of time commonly used with the present perfect or present perfect continuous tense. I haven’t seen him since last week. It has been raining since morning. I have been working since lunchtime. I have been...

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...

As, Since, Because, So

The words as, since and because can be used to refer to the reason for something. So is used to refer to the result. It was a pleasant evening. And hence we decided to go out. We can combine these...

Since | English Grammar

In sentences with since, we normally use present perfect and past perfect tenses in the main clause. I met him ten years ago and have admired him ever since. We haven’t met since her marriage. They have known each other since 1975. We had been friends since university days. Present and...

Time Adverbs Worksheet For Class 7 CBSE

Complete the following sentences using appropriate time adverbs. Time adverbs tell us the time of an action. 1. James has not —————— arrived. (yet / just / already) 2. I have ——————– received a...

As vs. Since vs. Because vs. For

As can be used to refer to the reason for something. This is particularly common when the reason is already known to the listener/reader, or when it is not the most important part of...