I want to know what is the correct answer for this sentence..
It's years .... to Australia.
a)since John went
b) that Carolina hasn't gone
my guess would be (a).I wonder if both could be acceptable?
I want to know if there's a particular law about this usage 'it's + period'
It's been years since Carolina [went/has been - depending where she is now] to Australia.
PS * Nonsense: it's totally different!
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Last edited by BobK; 02-Sep-2008 at 18:00. Reason: Added PPS