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:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary
since
:
s
i
nce
–adverb
1.
from
the
n till
now
(
of
ten prec.
by
ever
):
He
was
elected
in
1978
and
has
been
president ever since.
2.
bet
we
en
a
part
icular p
as
t
time
an
d the present; subsequently:
She
at
first
ref
used
,
but
has since consented.
3.
ago
;
before
now:
long
since.
–preposition
4.
continuously from
or
counting from:
It
has been warm since noon.
5.
between a past time or event and the present:
There
have
been many changes since the war.
–conjunction
6.
in the period following the time
when
:
He has written once since he left.
7.
continuously from or counting from the time when:
He has been busy since he
came
.
8.
because
; inasmuch as:
Since
you
're already here, you might as well stay.
»
Lesson No. 1 Glossary