What is the correct sentence of I know him for a long time?
Answer: “I have known him for a long time”. Explanation: The verb given can be applied in many instances depending with which the sentence is written in as long as it is well structured grammatically.
Have known him meaning?
“I have known” means that from the perspective of this moment now, knowing has happened in the past. “I am honored to have known him” would mean something similar: Right now, I have honor, because in the past, I knew him.
What is the difference between I know and I have known?
They are different tenses. “Know” is the present tense as in “I know that” and known is a past participle as in “I have known that since….” “Know” is a verb in the present tense, e.g. u know that. “Known” is a past participle, a form of a verb which functions as an adjective, e.g. the known world.
Is it correct to say I have been knowing?
No, “I have been knowing you” is not correct: “Know” is a “stative verb ”. Stative verbs describe a state of being and cannot be progressive.
Do I know him voice change?
Answer: Active Voice : I know him. Passive Voice : He is known to me.
Which tense is used with for a long time?
“Long” tends to be used with the Present Perfect tense whereas “a long time ago” is usually employed with the Simple Past tense.
What is the correct tense of we know each other for 10 years?
Answer. present perfect……
Should have know or known?
This is why it is phrased as “known or should have known.” The phrasing gives protection to those who are owed a duty of care while also working in favor of premises owners that are vigilant in their ownership. If you have been harmed due to someone else’s negligence, you deserve to receive compensation.
What can I say instead of as you know?
What is another word for as you know?
|it goes without saying||needless to say|
|evidently||it stands to reason that|
|naturally||it is unquestionable|
Can I say I been?
I have been is used for an action started in the past, but not yet ended. It would be more natural to say “I have been an employee of the company for a short time”.
What is the passive of I know him very well?
The passive voice of the given statement is, “He is known very well by me”.
What is the passive voice of please help me?
Your answer : You’re requested to help me.
How do you say I have known him for 5 years?
I have known him for five years. — (Still continuing to the present) I have known him for the past five years. — (Ditto) I have known him since five years ago. — (Ditto) I knew him for five years. — (In the past; no indication if still continuing)
How do you say I’ve known him since 1976?
It should be “I’ve known him for a long time” or “I’ve known him since 1976/we were children/college.” With “since” you need to give a particular condition of some kind. It is assumed that the friend is still alive. If the friend has died, you would say “I knew him since we were children.”
What does I knew him since we were children mean?
With “since” you need to give a particular condition of some kind. It is assumed that the friend is still alive. If the friend has died, you would say “I knew him since we were children.” This is how we would indicate that he is no longer alive.
Can I say’I have known him since I was a child?
No. If I can, will the meaning change?) I have known him since I was a child. (Can I say “I knew him since I was a child.”? No. If I can, will the meaning change?)