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SINCE and FOR confusion Resolved

SINCE and FOR confusion Resolved When to use Since The word ‘Since’ is used to describe something that has happened in the past. It refers to a previous point in time. ‘Since’ is also used to denote an event that happened after another event. Since is used to express when something started: since 6 am […]...

Most Confused Doubts in Grammar

Incorrect: I have given a gift yesterday. Correct: 1)I gave a gift yesterday.          2)I have given a gift. Explanation: 1.I gave a gift yesterday Simple past: subject +V2   (V2- past form of a verb) To express a point of time in the past,use simple past. 2.I have given a gift Present […]...