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    Action finished or still continuing

    Need help to understand whether action is finished or still continuing in following sentences.
    1] I have watched TV since this morning/for 3 hours.
    2] She has travelled about 10 km since 6 o'clock this afternoon/for 4 hours.
    3] He has cleaned the room since last week/for last 7 days.
    4] I have smoked since I was 15 years old/for 20 years.
    5] We have waited since 12 noon/ 2 hours to see her.

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    Re: Action finished or still continuing

    Before we duplicate the efforts of others, let's see what replies you get here first.
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 29-Apr-2015 at 22:27.

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