Is it correct to say it has been a while?
“It has been a while” is one way to indicate that time has passed since something happened. In informal English, “it has” is sometimes shortened to “it’s.” The apostrophe is needed because it shows where some letters were removed.
How do you use its been a while since?
If you mean it’s been some time since a single sighting, then since I saw you is correct. For example, “It’s been a while since I saw you (standing there at the bus stop).” If you have been seeing the person regularly or the person is familiar, you would say “It’s been a while since I’ve seen you.”
Is been long I saw you correct?
“It’s been so long since I saw you” is correct. You need an adverb (‘so’). Or you could say “It’s been ages since I saw you”.
Is it since a long time or for a long time?
for and since for Time
|for a period from start to end||since a point from then to now|
|for 20 minutes for three days for 6 months for 4 years for 2 centuries for a long time for ever||since 9am since Monday since January since 1997 since 1500 since I left school since the beginning of time|
|all tenses||perfect tenses|
Which is correct a while or awhile?
Awhile is an adverb that means “for a while,” whereas “while” is a noun meaning “a period of time.” Generally, the two-word form “a while” should be used when following a preposition (“I will read for a while”), or with the words ago or back (“a while ago/back”).
What is it has been a while?
it has been a while (since we’ve spoken): it has been quite a long time, a lot of time has passed, it’s been ages (since we’ve spoken) idiom.
Is it been a while or been awhile?
What is it been a while?
What is the meaning of I saw you?
i saw you) you mean that the action you are talking about is finished, that it only belongs to the past.
What is meant by saw you?
That means the action of the person seeing you started and ended before now, which is some specific time in the past. The adverb recently tells to what extent the person saw you. The adverb is modifying the verb saw to mean “not long ago.”
Can we use since and last together?
Unless you specifically want to be secretive about the specific date, you should use for example, since 2010 (date) or last year to denote the specific time. The good news is you can alter the sentence structure and use both Since and For as per your convenience depending on the message you want to send.