Julia and Sammy meet in a cycling accident! Then they want the same taxi. Will they get on?



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1) They have been married for five years
2) I have known her for a long time
Both sentences are present perfect. But the question is why is there used “Been” in the (1) sentence but not in (2) sentence? Most of the time we use “Been” in the present perfect to say about where the person was. In this case of (1) why we use “been”? Could you please give me some example? Thank you

Hello amit_ck,

Both sentences are present perfect.

We form the present perfect with [have/has + past participle]

In the first sentence 'married' is an adjective. The verb form is have + been.

In the second sentence the verb form is have + known.



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Pleased to meet you, Glad to meet you and Nice to meet you these sentences mean the same? Could I use other forms?

Hi Alexander Bladeck

'Please to meet you' is a bit more formal than the other two, but otherwise, yes, these phrases all essentially mean the same thing. There are many things you could say in this situation, but these are probably the most common ways to express this idea.

All the best


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hi, I am Rabbi from Bangladesh. I am an Engineering student.

Hello, my name is Saikou, I am from Guinea. I met my wife there was 7 years, she was friend with my young sister. Once in a while she came at home. And I saw her there the fist time.