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    Hello, there
    Would you lend me a helping hand? I'd like to know whether the sentences below are both correct? If they are, what's the difference?
    (a) Mary has worked as a nurse since 2002.
    (b) Mary has worked as a nurse from 2002.
    Thank you for your help.

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    Re: the difference

    Hi lisa666

    (a) Mary has worked as a nurse since 2002.
    (b) Mary has worked as a nurse from 2002.

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    Re: the difference

    Thank you for your reply, Soup.
    Last edited by lisa666; 04-May-2009 at 10:32.

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