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  1. hirashin

    It has been a month since (I heard/I've heard) from her

    Dear native English speakers, Which would be better for the blank, (a) or (b)? It has been a month since ___ from her. She must be working a lot these days. (a) I heard (b) I've heard If both are possible, how are they differ in meaning? Thanks in advance. Hirashin from Kyoto, Japan