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How long have you meaning?

How long have you meaning?

“How long have you been here?” This is used to ask someone how many days/weeks/months have they stayed in a particular place.

How long have you been doing Meaning?

How long have you been (doing something)? This is a question that you can ask someone about an activity that they still do: How long have you been practicing Judo?

How do you use how long?

How long? is used to ask questions about amounts or periods of time. Take a look at the following: ‘How long have you been waiting?’ ‘Only for a minute or two.

How far have you got meaning?

When someone asks “How far along have you gotten?”, they are imagining that the task is like a road. When the task was first assigned, that represents the beginning of the road. The completion of the task is the end of that road. As you do the work to complete the task, you are traveling along that imaginary road.

How much time you got meaning?

It means, “What time is it?” Or more literally, “What time does it say on your watch?”

How long have you been playing Meaning?

I would say the same thing if someone asked me, “how long have you been playing this game?” The verb tenses “played” and “been playing” are different — but “been playing” means that the playing is still going on, which is definitely the case if you’re asking inside the game. For example, I played Quake 3 for 2 years.

Is how much time correct?

“How much time” and “how long” can be used in place of one another in many common situations. In the situation you describe, both would sound natural and be correct grammar. “How long time” is always a mistake. It is not correct grammar under any normal circumstance.

What should I reply to Where have you been?

Here are some possible replies:

  • I am sorry. I have been/was cleaning my home.
  • I have been/was at home.
  • I have been/went to the shop.

How are you been reply?

“How have you been?” is the present perfect tense. You could also say “How are you?” using the present tense. But because you care about your friend and you knew he was sick, it would be better to ask “How have you been?” He can respond by saying “Oh, I’ve been great,” or “I’ve been feeling much better.”

Is it correct to say how much time?

“How much time” and “how long” can be used in place of one another in many common situations. In the situation you describe, both would sound natural and be correct grammar. “How long time” is always a mistake.

How far do we use?

How far: is used to ask about the distance of one place from the other. Example: How far is your office from your home? My office is 5 kms away from my home. Example: How far is the cinema?