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  1. Anonymous
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    Since when

    Could you please tell me if it is correct English to start a sentence with "Since when"... and if it is correct, when would you use it? Many thanks.


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    #2
    I think it is.
    Eg. "Since when asking for light means chatting up?"

    FRC

  2. Susie Smith
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    Quote Originally Posted by Francois
    I think it is.
    Eg. "Since when asking for light means chatting up?"

    FRC
    Since when does asking for a light mean chatting up?

    This construction is used in spoken English to express anger or surprise.

    :wink:


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    TY for pulling me up!

    FRC

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