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    Cool present perfect

    Hello there!


    Is this correct? : "This is what I did with my colleagues the last two years". (The period of time I'm talking about is finished).

    Thanks a lot.

    W

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    Re: present perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by Will17 View Post
    Hello there!


    Is this correct? : "This is what I did with my colleagues the last two years". (The period of time I'm talking about is finished).

    Thanks a lot.

    W
    I would say "...for the last two years."

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    Re: present perfect

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    I would say "...for the last two years."
    I believe you could also use the words over or during or each of, depending on your meaning.

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