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"Ho lavorato qui per dieci anni."

July 12, 2013

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'I have worked here for ten years' gives the reader the impression that the speaker is still working there; whereas 'I worked here for ten years' means that he/she worked there and had then left. Is the Italian structure for these two phrases exactly the same?

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