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    meaning

    Here is a sentence:
    It's two weeks since I smoked.
    Does it mean "I haven't smoked for two weeks."?
    I am looking forward to the help from native teachers.
    Thanks a million.

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    Smile Re: meaning

    Quote Originally Posted by norwolf View Post
    Here is a sentence:
    It's two weeks since I smoked.
    Does it mean "I haven't smoked for two weeks."?
    I am looking forward to the help from native teachers.
    Thanks a million.
    You're right in your thinking - it does mean I haven't smoked for two weeks. The problem is that I'm not a 'native teacher'.



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    Re: meaning

    Anyway, Engee is right.

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