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I have worked here since 1994. Я работаю здесь с 1994 года. g. But she has seemed so much better since you started the injections. I have worked here since I left school. He had a bad fall last year and has been off work ever since. 43 Attention should be paid to the use of the present perfect and the simple past when the period of duraton is expressed by a prepositional phrase with for. If the period of duration belongs to the past time sphere, the simple past should be used. It is only if the period of duration comes close to the moment of speaking or includes that the present perfect is used.

When the speaker merely states that an action took place in the past without mentioning any definite circumstances under which it occurred. It means that it is the happening itself that matters in the speaker’s opinion, the circumstances of the action are not important at the moment. g. “I’ve spoiled everything,” she said. “Я все испортила,”сказала она. He is very sensitive, I have discovered that. Он очень чувствителен, я это обнаружила. ” The time of the action is either not indicated at all, or is indicated by means of adverbs of indefinite time and frequency , such as already, always, before, ever, never, of late, lately, just, in the last few days, occasionally, often, seldom, several times, since dinner, so far, recently, up to now, (not) … yet, etc.

In this case we normally find the past continuous in the subordinate clause and the simple past in the principal clause. g. As I was going inside, Mrs. Drawbell intercepted me. One evening, just as I was leaving the office, Martin rang me up. b) The actions of the two clauses may form a succession. In this case naturally only the simple past is found. g. As the sun disappeared, a fresh breeze stirred the new curtains at the window. As I turned back into the room a gust of wind crashed the door shut behind me.

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