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    #1

    (ever) since or right from or something else?

    Hello again!

    Right from the start of his professional work, the man has been connected with Shipyard in Szczecin.

    (Ever) since the beginning of his professional work, the man has been connected with Shipyard in Szczecin.

    (Ever) since he began his professional work, the man has been connected with Shipyard in
    Szczecin.

    The man has been connected with Shipyard in Szczecin (all his life) right from the start of his professional work up till now/to this day/now.

    The man has been connected with Shipyard in Szczecin (all his life) (ever) since he started his professional work up till now/to this day/now.

    I think all these sentences mean the same. Could you indicate to me which of them is the most appropriate?

    Thank you.
    Last edited by JACEK1; 19-Mar-2015 at 05:33.

  1. Tarheel's Avatar
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    #2

    Re: (ever) since or right from or something else?

    Yes, but you need an article.

  2. MikeNewYork's Avatar
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    #3

    Re: (ever) since or right from or something else?

    Jacek, please increase your font size You are straining my eyes.

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