Saturday, October 20, 2012

since and from

Both from and since can be used to say when things begin or began. Since is usually used with perfect tenses. From is used in other cases. From can also indicate the starting point in space. Since cannot be used with this meaning.

Test your understanding of from and since with this grammar exercise.

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