- 3 Post By 5jj
"By the time I finish, she has long since gone to bed."
I can't understand 'since' here.
Will it be right this way
1) By the time I finish, she has gone to bed
2) By the time I finish, she has long gone to bed
Since? Since when??? What "since" is here for?
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Long since= long ago (here)
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