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Thread: Up till now


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    Up till now

    For example, if I started to work in the company on November 10, 2005 and work there now. Can I say

    I have been working in this company from November 10, 2005 up till now.

    or

    I have been working in this company from November 10, 2005 up until now.

    Or maybe you could recommend another expression?


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    Re: Up till now

    I have been working for/with this company since November 10th, 2005.

    I'm not a teacher.

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