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The two forms that you have work well with your edits. The different ways you can talk about how long something has been going on are: Llevo [período] haciendo algo… Llevo [período] en hacer algo… He estado haciendo algo por [período] (and I'll keep doing it) He estado haciendo algo desde hace [período] (and I'll keep doing it) Hago algo desde hace ...


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Antes que nada, dos alternativas: Llevo tres años corriendo. o Vengo corriendo desde hace tres años. La segunda puede acusar un cierto regionalismo rioplatense, no me doy bien cuenta. "He estado corriendo desde tres años" no está bien. A lo sumo podría ser "He estado corriendo desde hace tres años": esta es una frase gramaticalmente correcta ...


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Use the preterit tense to terminate the event; this event being... being. You might ask yourself, "How can I terminate my being?", but asking questions like that might send you to the insane asylum after awhile. In English we don't think about how to terminate our being, because we have an equally, if not more, confusing verb to use. To get A verb with 8 ...


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In my opinion, the best one is Llevo tres años corriendo. It's the more natural way to say it! However He estado corriendo desde hace tres años Is fine too, but it gives an idea of "I will keep on running".



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