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from vs since

Post by azz » Sun Jun 09, 2019 8:06 am

a. He had had health issues from the time he retired. He passed away last year.
b. He had been in poor health from time he retired.
c. He had been in poor health from his retirement.

d. She has been in poor health from the time she got divorced.
e. She has been in poor health from her divorce.


Which of the above sentences are grammatically correct?


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Post by Firefox » Wed Jun 12, 2019 10:28 am

a. He had had health issues from the time he retired. He passed away last year. :ok:
b. He had been in poor health from the time he retired. :ok:
c. He had been in poor health SINCE his retirement. :ok:

d. She has been in poor health from the time she got divorced. :ok:
e. She has been in poor health SINCE her divorce. :ok:

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