Depuis que + [conjugated verb] = (Ever) since + [conjugated verb] in French

In French, to express (ever) since + [verb], you use "depuis que" + [verb]. Let's find out which tense and mood you can use after "depuis que".

Using "depuis que" with a verb in French

Look at these sentences using depuis que:

Depuis que je t'ai rencontré, ma vie a complètement changé !Since I met you, my life has changed completely!

Depuis que j'ai quatre ans, je porte des lunettes.Ever since I was four, I've been wearing glasses.

Nous le savons depuis que vous nous l'avez dit.We've known [it] since you told us.

 

Note that to express since in the sense of "since a point in time" followed by a conjugated verb, in French you use depuis que + verb in L'Indicatif.


ATTENTION: You can never omit the que.

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Examples and resources

Depuis que j'ai quatre ans, je porte des lunettes.Ever since I was four, I've been wearing glasses.
Nous le savons depuis que vous nous l'avez dit.We've known [it] since you told us.
Depuis que je t'ai rencontré, ma vie a complètement changé !Since I met you, my life has changed completely!
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