Correct Usage of The Conjunction SINCE



Correct Usage of The Conjunction SINCE :



SINCE : Correct Usage of The Conjunctions

The use of this word as an Adverb, a Conjunction or a Preposition has been explained already. ( Correct Usage of The Adverb SINCE )

The student must bear in mind that when it is used as a Conjunction it is never preceded and is always followed by a Verb in the Past Simple Tense.

1. Two years passed since my father has died. (Incorrect)
2. Two years have passed since my father died. (Correct)

1. It was a month since the festival began. (Incorrect)
2. It is a month since the festival began. (Correct)

1. A month passed since I am coming here. (Incorrect)
2. A month has passed since I came here. (Correct)

1. Two hours elapsed since he had fallen asleep. (Incorrect)
2. Two hours have elapsed since he fell asleep. (Correct)

1. It has been now a year since my friends had left. (Incorrect)
2. It is now a year since my friends left. (Correct)



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