I had been living or I had lived...?
here's the question,
when I was doing the practice on my English book,
"I had been living in Ontario for two years."
however, the correct answer is:
"I had lived in Ontario for two years."
I was wondering that why I can't use "had been living" in this case?
because in the sentence it states "for two years",
doesn't that mean a duration or a period of time (which "have been + V-ing" indicates)?
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