Read the situations and complete the sentences beginning in the way shown. Sometimes you need to use for or since.
Sue has been in France for the last three weeks. She went — weeks ago.
to France three
It’s raining now. It’s been raining since lunchtime. It started raining at lunchtime.
Ann and I are friends. We first met years ago. We’ve known each other for years.
Mark is ill. He became ill on Sunday. He has been ill since Sunday.
Mark is ill. He became ill a few days ago. He has been ill for a few days.
Sarah is married. She’s been married for two years. She got married two years ago.
You’ve got a camera. You bought it ten years ago. I’ve had it for ten years.
Sue has been in France for the last three weeks. She went to france three weeks ago.
You’re working in a hotel. You started in June. I’ve been working in a hotel since June.