Yesterday it had been a year together.

Discussion in 'English Only' started by Krybro, May 6, 2014.

  1. Krybro Senior Member

    If I wanted to say that I have already been together with my girlfriend for a year and that yesterday we celebrated our anniversary, would I say:
    1) Yesterday it was a year together.
    2) Yesterday it had been a year together.
    3) Yesterday was a year together.
    4) Yesterday had been a year together.
    Of course, an easier way to say that would be for example:"Yesterday we had already been together for a year", but I would opt for 2) or 1) from my options. However, I am a bit confused and not sure which one fits better; 3) and 4) sound awkward to me. Thanks! :)
  2. Copyright

    Copyright Senior Member

    American English
    I don't like any of them – they don't reference who you're talking about.

    Yesterday marked our first year together.
  3. Myridon

    Myridon Senior Member

    English - US
    They could be the answer to "How long have the two of you been a couple?" but by themselves it seems that "together" is saying something about the quality of the "year". Last year was a very together year. That year had its act together. ;)
    Last edited: May 6, 2014
  4. Sparky Malarky

    Sparky Malarky Senior Member

    English - US
    Yesterday it was a year that we had been together.

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