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  1. angliholic's Avatar
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    Smile since you used to live there

    The city has changed a lot since you used to live there.


    Hi,
    Does the above sound right to you? Is it better to change the bolded part into "since you lived there?" Thanks.

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    Question Re: since you used to live there

    Quote Originally Posted by angliholic View Post
    The city has changed a lot since you used to live there.


    Hi,
    Does the above sound right to you? Is it better to change the bolded part into "since you lived there?" Thanks.
    I think you want to say move instead of live. Is it? What does your sentence mean? Since he started living or since he left that city?
    Regards!
    Dawood

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