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    #1

    "in the last few years"?

    Hallo,
    Can we use the phrase "in the last few years"?

    Ex: We have been killing nature in the last few years by non-stop cutting down trees.

    Please correct my mistakes if any.

    Thanks


    • Join Date: Oct 2006
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    #2

    Re: "in the last few years"?

    You can.

    We have been killing nature in the last few years by non-stop cutting down of trees.

    In the last few years, taxation has risen substantially.
    The way in which forests have been destroyed in the last few years is leading to a problem with the environment.
    The numbers of pandas has not risen in the last few years.

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