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I am often asked how long I'm in Paris for, and I find myself having difficulty articulating the following three sentences. Anything may be wrong here, including choice of verb, conjugation of said verb, or preposition.

I'm living in Paris for two months. --> J'habite à Paris pendant deux mois.

I'll be living in Paris for one more month. --> J'habiterai (ou je resterai) à Paris pour un mois (de plus).

I have been living in Paris for one month. --> J'habite à Paris depuis un mois.

Are any of these correct?

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Your first sentence is unidiomatic.

I'm living in Paris for two months. → J'habite à Paris pendant deux mois.

J'habite (ou je suis) à Paris pour deux mois.

Your second one is acceptable if de plus is used, but I wouldn't say it that way.

I'll be living in Paris for one more month. → J'habiterai (ou je resterai) à Paris pour un mois (de plus).

Je vais encore habiter à Paris pendant un mois.

Je resterai un mois de plus à Paris.

Your third one is how I would say it too:

I have been living in Paris for one month. → J'habite à Paris depuis un mois.

  • The other answer is the total inverse of yours; this is troubling. – temporary_user_name Sep 3 '16 at 23:45
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    I believe AI Fonce is confusing "I've been living in Paris" and "I've lived in Paris". – jlliagre Sep 4 '16 at 0:06
  • just like he confuses "since" and "for"... – jlliagre Sep 4 '16 at 0:09

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