Using from

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From indicates the starting points of actions, events or spaces. It says when things begin or began.

From is not normally used with a perfect tense.

With a perfect tense we normally use since, not from.

See Also

Fairly, quite, rather and pretty
Farther and further
Few and little
Finally, at last, in the end and at the end
Finished: difference between I'm finished and I've finished
Fit and suit: difference

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