- 1 Post By bhaisahab
it's months/years since ....
May I have your help regarding to the statement below?
It is months/years since your have been back.
Might I understand the reason why we still use singular(is) after it even though the real subject is months or years.
Thanks. I am not Native English speaker, so maybe sometimes my expression is not good enough to convey my real message. sorry about that.
Re: it's months/years since ....
If you look at it like this "It's (it has) been years since you've been back" you might find it easier to understand.
Originally Posted by panicmonger
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