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    Smile since then vs from then vs eversince

    hi, which of the above should I use in this sentece:
    "since then, he begin to experiment with sculptures on ceramics"

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    Re: since then vs from then vs eversince

    Quote Originally Posted by saeta View Post
    hi, which of the above should I use in this sentece:
    "since then, he begin to experiment with sculptures on ceramics"
    "Since then, he has begun to experiment with...." I'm not sure what exactly you want to say about sculptures and ceramics, but the first part of the sentence is correct as I have rewritten it.

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