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    Question in/for

    I'd like to know, whether there's a difference in meaning between in and for in the following sentences:
    1/ I haven't seen you for ages.
    2/ I haven't seen you in ages.

    ...and if so, what's the difference in meaning and usage.
    Many thanks,
    Pete

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    Re: in/for

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    I'd like to know, whether there's a difference in meaning between in and for in the following sentences:
    1/ I haven't seen you for ages.
    2/ I haven't seen you in ages.

    ...and if so, what's the difference in meaning and usage.
    Many thanks,
    Pete
    No difference

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