for ages / in ages

swannny

Senior Member
German
Hello ^^

This is a question about the difference between ( for ages and in ages )
Is ( in ages ) grammatically correct ?
Can you give me some examples to better understand ?

Thank you ^^
 
  • Copyright

    Senior Member
    American English
    "In ages" is fine. "We hadn't seen each other for/in ages."

    For more examples, you can put each term in the Search box, hit Enter, and click the "in context" link.
     

    owlman5

    Senior Member
    English-US
    These two sentences mean the same thing to me, Swannny: I haven't seen her for ages/in ages.

    Cross-posted with Copyright.
     
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