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Interactive Present Perfect Continuous Tense to learn English.

"Since or For Quiz" is a free online game to Fill in the empty spaces in the following sentences by using Since or For. Free online game to study the The Present Perfect Continuous Tense in English grammar. Fun educational language puzzle, suitable for online lessons and interactive classes. Drag and drop game. Interactive English learning. For and since practice worksheet.

This language class game include the following sentences:
  • We've been fishing ________ two hours.
  • That man has been standing there ________ six o'clock.
  • I've been working in this office ________ a month.
  • They have been living in France ________ 2018.
  • I've been using this computer ________ last summer.
  • The kettle has been boiling ________ a quarter of an hour.
  • We have been waiting ________ half an hour now.
  • They have been trying to open this door ________ 45 minutes.
  • She have been dancing ________ 8 hours.
Since or For Quiz Picture

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How to play Since or For Quiz.

This is a popular exercise from the English learning textbooks, but made interactive. You have 9 sentences on the screen and two words at the top to place in the empty spaces. Drag and drop the word "since" or the word "for" where they should complete the sentence. Complete all 9 sentences to win the game.

Knowledge Achievements:
Know where to use since or for and get +1 Knowledge Level.
Difficulty: Medium.

Since or For Quiz Screenshot

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Class subject: Present Perfect Continuous Tense.

When you want to express an action which begin in the past and still continuing at the present moment, or has only just finished, use the Present Perfect Continuous Tense. In English The Present Perfect Continuous Tense there are two ways to refer to a period from a point in the past. We use "Since" when refering to an exact date, and "For" when refering a period of time.

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