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    Since in sentences

    What is the correct from: Since subj + present form of to be, subject verb (present or future?). Thanks.

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    Exclamation Re: Since in sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by Doroud View Post
    What is the correct from: Since subj + present form of to be, subject verb (present or future?). Thanks.
    If you start a sentence with “Since” acting as conjunction, the first clause will be a dependant clause and the main clause is joined with it by putting a coma at the end; as:
    Since we are getting late, let's skip taking a cup of coffee.
    The form is obvious as below:
    Since+ S+ present form of be+ m.verb+adv, Main clause

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