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 Use the preposition "since" when referring back to the beginning of something in time.

 1. I haven't spoken on the phone since yesterday.

(This preposition is often used with negative present perfect tense verbs.)

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 2. We haven't seen them since the wedding.
wedding
 3. She has been learning English since late last year.
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 4. He has lived in the United States since 2005.
Khalid
 5. The temperatures where we live have been noticeably higher since the start of this century.
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 6. Since the dawn of civilization, human beings have invented many different kinds of weapons.
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7. The world seems to have changed a lot since 9/11.
skyscrapers

Notes:

* The preposition "since" is often used with the present perfect tense.

* If you use "since" with a subject and a verb, it becomes part of an adverb clause:

I haven't seen her since she was a little girl.

 

 
 

 

 

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