For ages / It’s been ages
Let’s look at the idioms, for ages and it’s been ages. An age is a long period of time, like the Ice Age or the Stone Age. Well, in a similar way, when you haven’t done something or seen someone for a long time you can use for ages or it’s been ages.
- It’s been ages since I’ve had sushi for dinner. I’m looking forward to tonight!
- Kim! How have you been. It’s been ages! We haven’t seen each other since college.
How about you? What has been ages for you?
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