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1. We watched TV for two hours.
2. We watched TV at night/ at the shop.
3. We watched (or have watched) TV by the time he arrived.
4. We watched (or have watched) TV by 7 p.m.
5. We watched TV by day.
6. We watched TV by the table.
7. We have watched TV since 5 p.m.
8. We have watched TV since this morning.
9. We have watched TV since we returned home.

(Would you like to check the expressions above? Are they all acceptable? Would you let me know the use of the English sentences. Thank you for your help.)

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    1. We watched TV for two hours.

    2. We watched TV at night/ at the shop.

    3. We were watching TV when he arrived.

    4. We watched TV before 7 p.m.

    5. We watched TV during the daytime.

    6. We watched the TV near the table.


    7. We have watched TV since 5 p.m.

    8. We have watched TV since this morning.

    9. We have watched TV since we returned home.

    I've changed wording only in the bold sentences. Let me know if you have questions about the meaning of any of them.

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