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    present progressive + for()

    She's trying to make a comeback with her first album for twenty years.

    I know we use "for" with present perfect progressive sentences e.g. I have been waiting here for 2 hours. But here it is used with present progressive sentence so I'm confused. Could you help me in this regard?

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    Re: present progressive + for()

    I believe it should read in 20 years, not for 20 years.

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