Sudhir
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Proper usage of "since" and "from" with regard to duration of time
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I won't say since and from in the example sentence provided because since indicates a point of time, whereas from denotes time from starting to end. Let's see in this example: I have not seen her ...

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What do you call a USB flash disk?
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In India, pen drive is used frequently among common peoples. In the colloquial language its more prevalent. But flash drive is also now coming slowly in to the picture. In India many manufacturers ...

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How to describe strength of keeping things simple and beautiful
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Well, ipso's answer is sufficient to your question. But still I would like to add some more words: immaculate: She speaks immaculate French. In this context perfect may also mean the same. All ...

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