| #2 (permalink) Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:40 am why should be ages instead of times?
'For times' could be used to mean for special occasions and would then have to be defined with some sort of clause as in: For times when I feel tired, I usually have a cup of coffee. In the test sentence the expression 'for ages' is the right one because it means 'for a very long time.'
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