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    Is it right to say 'It was a long time I haven't drunk beer'

    Is it right to say 'It was a long time I haven't drunk beer'?
    If it is wrong, please correct it
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    Re: Is it right to say 'It was a long time I haven't drunk beer'

    NOT A TEACHER

    No, it's incorrect. I would have said, 'It's been a long time since I drank beer.'

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