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    Present perfect tense or past perfect tense

    Please, correct my sentences :

    1. I haven't seen her since two years ago.

    2. I hadn't seen her since two years ago.

    3. She has finished eating when I came/come.

    4. She had finished eating when I came.

    Additional question :
    Can I use both for and since either in present perfect tense or past perfect tense ?

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    Re: Present perfect tense or past perfect tense

    'I haven't seen her for two years.'
    I think 4 is grammatical, but I am not a teacher.

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