Englisch-Test
Present Perfect bei for und since
since wird immer mit dem Present Perfect verwendet. since bezeichnet einen Augenblick in der Zeit, von dem ein Zustand oder eine Handlung startet und bis in die Gegenwart anhält.
for hingegen bezeichnet einen Zeitraum, der entweder komplett in der Vergangenheit liegt oder in die Gegenwart heran bzw. hineinreicht. Liegt der Zeitraum komplett in der Vergangenheit wird die einfache Vergangenheit (Past Tense) verwendet, ansonsten das Present Perfect.
He ... in Berlin for three years, but he lives in Konstanz now.
has lived
lived
I ... in Rome since I was born.
was living
have been living
I ... her since I ... to Munich.
haven't met ... moved
didn't meet ... have moved
didn't meet ... moved
I ... her for a couple of months, so it ... nice to see her again!
haven't met ... was
met ... has been
met ... was
He ... for ten years.
has been married
was married
Last year his wife left him. He ... for ten years.
has been married
was married
He ... her ... they were kids.
has known ... since
knew her ... since
has known ... for
Do not open the lid of the steamer until after the pudding (1) (2) half an hour.
(1) has been cooking, (2) for
(1) has been cooking, (2) since
(1) cooked, (2) for
She said: "I (1) anti aging products (2) about 2 years!"
(1) have been using, (2) since
(1) have been using, (2) for
(1) have used, (2) for
(1) used, (2) since
I (1) anything (2) the last two days!
(1) haven't eaten, (2) since
(1) haven't been eating, (2) since
(1) haven't eaten, (2) for
"(1) with my guts (2) I was fourteen years old, and frankly speaking, between you and me, I have come to the conclusion that my guts have shit for brains." - Nick Hornby, High Fidelity
(1) I thought, (2) since
(1) I've been thinking, (2) since
(1) I've thought, (2) since
Bodenseo (1) Python training courses (2) January 2009.
(1) has offered, (2) since
(1) offered, (2) since
(1) has offered, (2) for
I (1) (2) a long time.
(1) have been awake, (2) for
(1) have been awoke, (2) for
(1) have been awake, (2) since
I (1) (2) three o'clock.
(1) have been awake, (2) for
(1) have been awoke, (2) for
(1) have been awake, (2) since
Mr. Miller (1) IBM (2) 5 years.
(1) has worked for, (2) for
(1) has worked at, (2) for
(1) has worked for, (2) since
(1) has worked at, (2) since
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