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I am not sure whether the following sentence is syntax correct or not.

It's have been nearly one month that I didn't receive any task from my leader.

I know there is another sentence that can express the same meaning.

It's have been nearly one month since I received the last task from my leader.

But I want to stress the time by place the time words in the beginning of my sentence.

If there is no error in

It's have been nearly one month that I didn't receive any task from my leader.

, can anyone help me figure out the grammar usage of the clause

that I didn't receive any task from my leader.

I know it's not a relative clause, but what type clause is it? Any explanation is grateful.

  • 'It's been nearly a month since I received the last task from my leader.' But this question is not what we are looking for on ELU. – Edwin Ashworth May 18 '16 at 7:09
  • @EdwinAshworth Sorry. Where should I go to ask this question? – firo May 18 '16 at 7:15
  • @EdwinAshworth You mean ELU is not the place the OP is looking for, rather? – Kris May 18 '16 at 7:20
  • The place to go is ELL. (English Language Learners). – WS2 May 18 '16 at 7:51
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Either you say:

It's been nearly a month since I received a task from my leader.

Or :

I haven't received a task from my leader for/in nearly a month.

Or:

The last task I received from my leader was nearly a month ago.

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