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    #1

    Ever since I left Malaysia, I have lived/have been living in London.

    Ever since I left Malaysia, I have lived/have been living in London.

    Which verb should I use?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Ever since I left Malaysia, I have lived/have been living in London.

    Use "have been living" which implies that you have lived there and nowhere else since you left Malaysia.

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