Nov 6, 2016

Lesson 97 ☘ from … to, until, since, for

30 cards
, 83 answers
  • Complete the sentences.
    1. Alex lived in Canada  . . . 
      from 2011 to 2015
      .
      • for 2011 to 2015
      • from 2011 to 2015
      • since 2011 until 2015

    2. Alex lived in Canada  . . . 
      until 2014
      .
      • before 2014
      • until 2014
      • for 2014

    3. Alex has lived in England  . . . 
      since 2008
      .
      • since 2008
      • after 2008
      • from 2008

    4. Alice lived in France  . . . 
      until 2015
      .
      • until 2015
      • before 2015
      • for 2015

    5. Alice has lived in Switzerland  . . . 
      since 2013
      .
      • from 2013
      • after 2013
      • since 2013

    6. Carol worked at a hotel  . . . 
      from 2010 to 2013
      .
      • since 2010 until 2013
      • since 2010 to 2013
      • from 2010 to 2013

    7. Carol has worked in restaurant  . . . 
      until 2012
      .
      • until 2012
      • before 2012
      • to 2012

    8. Gerry was a teacher  . . . 
      from 2007 to 2016
      .
      • from 2007 until 2016
      • since 2007 to 2016
      • from 2007 to 2016

    9. Gerry has been a salesman  . . . 
      since 2015
      .
      • after 2015
      • from 2015
      • since 2015

  • Complete the sentences.
    1. Alex lived in Canada  . . . 
      for eight
      years.
      • since eight
      • for eight

    2. Alex has lived in England  . . . 
      for three
      years.
      • since three
      • for three

    3. Alice has been in Switzerland  . . . 
      for five
      years.
      • for five
      • from five

    4. Carol worked for a hotel  . . . 
      for three
      years.
      • since three
      • for three

    5. Carol worked in restaurant  . . . 
      for ten
      years.
      • from ten
      • for ten

    6. Gerry was a teacher  . . . 
      for five
      years.
      • since five
      • for five

    7. Gerry was a salesman  . . . 
      for four
      years.
      • for four
      • since four

  • Put in “until”, “since”, or “for”.
    1. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly have been married  . . . 
      since
      2013.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    2. I was tired this morning. I stayed in bed  . . . 
      until
      10 o’clock.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    3. We waited for Sue  . . . 
      for
      half an hour but she didn’t come.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    4. “Have you just arrived?”
      “No, I have been here  . . . 
      since
      half past seven.”
      • until
      • since
      • for

    5. “How long did you stay at the party last night?”
       . . . 
      Until
      midnight.”
      • Until
      • Since
      • For

    6. David and I are good friends. We have known each other  . . . 
      for
      ten years.”
      • until
      • since
      • for

    7. I’m tired. I’m going to lie down  . . . 
      for
      a few minutes.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    8. Don’t open the door of the train  . . . 
      until
      the train stops.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    9. This is my house. I’ve lived here  . . . 
      since
      I was seven years old.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    10. Jack has gone away. He’ll be away  . . . 
      until
      Wednesday.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    11. Next week I’m going to Paris  . . . 
      for
      three days.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    12. I usually finish work at 5.30, but sometimes I work  . . . 
      until
      six.
      • until
      • since
      • for

    13. “How long have you known Ann?”
       . . . 
      Since
      we were at school together.”
      • Until
      • Since
      • For

    14. Where have you been? I’ve waiting for you  . . . 
      for
      twenty minutes.
      • until
      • since
      • for

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