What exactly is the "present simple"? It is the verb form we use to talk about things in general, things that repeat, or things that are generally true. These would be things like eat, sleep, the sky is blue, the sun goes down every day, people have two eyes not three, etc.
What does it mean to "have something done"? This means that you want someone, i.e. a trained professional, someone specialized in something, etc., to do a service for you that you either can't do yourself or don't want to do yourself.
Conjunctions are words that join together two thoughts or ideas. Examples of conjunctions are: and, or, for, nor, but, yet, so, because, although, unless, since, etc.
For and since can be confusing for people learning English. They both are used for talking about time/time periods. Let's take a look at how to use them correctly and some examples of usage.
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