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    "for" with simple past?

    Can I say:
    For over 4 years I worked in France where I was establishing commercial branch.
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    Re: "for" with simple past?

    Quote Originally Posted by Pierce111 View Post
    Can I say:
    For over 4 years I worked in France where I was establishing a commercial branch.
    Yes, you can.

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