I don't yet understand why années shouldn't be used here, since the action is over the course of the two years.
Any advice to distinguish deux ans from douze ans (the same problem with deux heures & douze heures) ?
☞ 2 ans/12 ans on FORVO.
Merci, you are so helpful :)
Present tense (Alice sort) used as Present perfect continuous tense because of the word depuis?
Am I correct?
Could somebody pls. explain to me why has been going out, when sort is 3rd person of the present indicative? Shouldn't it be sortait?
The action is still occurring, so present tense is appropriate in French.
"Alice has been dating Marc for two years now" not accepted. Why?