“It has been a (very) long time since” – Present Perfect – Post 2


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“It has been a (very) long time since somebody did something.” – This form means that somebody did something in the past, and you are emphasizing that much time has passed since that particular thing happened.

Example: “What a surprise to see you, Mark! It has been a very long time (since we met).”


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