[Grammar] It has lasted for/It was lasted for/It lasted for

Deyaaeldeen

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What is the difference among it has lasted for #### , it was lasted for #### & it lasted for #### ; & which one is perfect to be used in my CV ?
 

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Re: What is the difference

Welcome to the forum, Deyaaeldeen.

Please write a full sentence, telling us what 'it' is and what length of time '####' represents.
 

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I have changed your thread title. Titles should include some/all of the words/phrases you are asking us about, and should be unique to their thread.
 

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The middle one is wrong. With the other two, the question is whether it had finished or not. If unfinished, use the first.
 

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I still want a response to my post #2.
 

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We all do. :up:
 
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