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    Difference of "is" and "has been"

    He is with me for ten years.
    He has been with me for ten years. what is the difference of these sentence or both are same meaning?

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    Re: Difference of "is" and "has been"

    Quote Originally Posted by edmondjanet View Post
    He is with me for ten years.
    He has been with me for ten years.

    hat is the difference of between these sentence or do they both are same meaning mean the same?
    The first sentence is incorrect. We don't use the present tense in this context.

    Please note that we ask "What is the difference between...?", not "difference of".

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