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Would this sentence have a sense in English?

I'm learning English.

The kids have been sleeping since 2:00 pm (this means, the kids are still sleeping and they have begun doing this at 2:00 pm.).

  • Best Answer

    First, does it MAKE SENSE, not "have a sense".  To "have sense" means something different.

    Yes, it's correct. When speaking however, we'd say "...since two" or "since two o'clock", and leave off the "pm".

    Lastly, "and they BEGAN doing this at 2:00pm", to "have begun".

    Anonymous 2 months ago 1 0
  • Other Answer
  • First, does it MAKE SENSE, not "have a sense".  To "have sense" means something different.

    Yes, it's correct. When speaking however, we'd say "...since two" or "since two o'clock", and leave off the "pm".

    Lastly, "and they BEGAN doing this at 2:00pm", to "have begun".

    Anonymous 2 months ago 1 0
  • Yes, that is the correct way to express that.

    yet-knish! 2 months ago 1 0
  • The kids have been asleep since 2:00 pm.

    Christine 2 months ago 1 0
  • The kids have been sleeping since 2:00 pm (this means, the kids are still sleeping and began doing this at 2:00 pm.).

    God 2 months ago 1 0