So, it is usually said that "since" and "for" are indicators for present perfect. For example : "I have lived here for 5 years." But that implies that you are still living there, but you might be on the move soon.
What if you want to express that you used to live in a certain place for 5 years but you are not currently living there anymore? Could you say: " I lived In berlin for 5 years ( but currently live in Munich)" . How would you express it ?
For since i think it's definitely true that you cannot use simple past with it , or can you? Do you know any simple past sentence with since?
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