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    Question comparison in both

    1. I'ts been two months i saw her.
    2. It's been two months i have seen her.
    what is the difference between these two sentences,please correct if mistaken.

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    Re: comparison in both

    Quote Originally Posted by payal desai View Post
    1. I'ts been two months i saw her.
    2. It's been two months i have seen her.
    what is the difference between these two sentences,please correct if mistaken.
    Neither is correct. "It's been two months since I have seen her."

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    Re: comparison in both

    Quote Originally Posted by billmcd View Post
    Neither is correct. "It's been two months since I have seen her."
    I prefer: It's been two months since I saw her.

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    Re: comparison in both

    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    I prefer: It's been two months since I saw her.
    It's been at least a week since you last posted on this forum. Good to have you back.

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