Is it always the case that one uses the present tense after depuis que rather than the imperfect and passé composé as in " Since I was small, I travelled a great deal"?
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This is a classic case of using 'depuis' and the present tense because the action is ongoing in the present
As always, a grammatical rule is only a guideline in French. So, yes, there are cases when depuis goes with passé composé or imparfait. Here is some more: https://briewish.com/wp-content/uploads/Handout-Imparfait-avec-depuis.pdf
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