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  1. Neurotica
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    Thumbs up Re: What is SINCE implying?

    Shun,

    Since you used 'since it opened', that gives it a finish, but 'since 1987' leaves it unfinish. I do agree to 'since' being contradictory...

    Regards,

    Neurotica.


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    Re: What is SINCE implying?

    Quote Originally Posted by Neurotica
    Shun,

    Since you used 'since it opened', that gives it a finish, but 'since 1987' leaves it unfinish. I do agree to 'since' being contradictory...

    Regards,

    Neurotica.
    I am sorry you said that. You must be aware that Cas and I are talking about the other part of Since, the part we use Present Perfect.

    If you insist, we may change the question for you like this:
    “She has visited Ocean Park for three times since 1987.
    It still looks like a finish to me, do you agree?




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