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PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE
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  • 1. Present Perfect Continuous
  • 2. Present Perfect ContinuousWhen do we use the present perfect continuous?
  • 3. Present Perfect Continuous When do we use the present perfect continuous?The present perfect continuous (progressive) expresses anaction that has recently stopped or is still going on. It emphasizes the duration of the action.
  • 4. Present Perfect ContinuousHow do we make the present perfect continuous?
  • 5. Present Perfect ContinuousHow do we make the present perfect continuous?
  • 6. Make sentences in the present perfectcontinuous about the pictures
  • 7. It has been raining
  • 8. They have been travelling
  • 9. She has been running
  • 10. They’ve beenworking on the road
  • 11. They have been eating
  • 12. Bart has beenwriting on the board
  • 13. He’s been sleeping
  • 14. He’s been drinking
  • 15. He’s beenexercising
  • 16. She’s beenwalking on the beach
  • 17. He’s been working too much
  • 18. He’s been surfing
  • 19. They’ve beenwashing the floor
  • 20. He’s been eating
  • 21. You have been making thePresent Perfect Continuous
  • 22. Present Perfect ContinuousNow go back and make a yes / noquestion for each picture.eg – Has he been eating?Yes he has / No he hasn’t

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