- I have worked I have been working | WordReference Forums
Hello, everybody, Is there a difference between these two sentences: I have worked here since 1999, and I have been working here since 1999 I would also appreciate if somebody could explain me the differenece between using Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous on the whole
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- Its been a while since we have had been in touch . . .
Hi everyone, I wanted to ask you about the tense which should be used in the second part of the following sentence: "It has been a while since we have had been in touch "
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- Teleri - Tolkien Gateway
The Teleri (Q, pron [ˈtɛlεri]) were the third of the Elf clans who took the Great Journey To them belonged the Valinorean Teleri (known as the Falmari), and the Sindar, Laiquendi, and Nandor of Middle-earth At first they were known as Nelyar ("The Third"), and were the largest of the three houses of the Firstborn According to legend, they were descended from Enel, the third Elf to awake
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- Angmering - Wikipedia
Angmering is a large village and civil parish between Littlehampton and Worthing in West Sussex on the southern edge of the South Downs National Park, England; about two-thirds of the parish (mostly north of the A27 road) fall within the Park It is 1 5 miles (2 4 km) north of the English Channel; Worthing and Littlehampton are 3 5 miles (5 6 km) to the east and west respectively