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Present Perfect Continuous: English Language

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Present Perfect Continuous: English Language

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Present Perfect Continuous: English Language

  1. 1. Past Now action x
  2. 2. Present Perfect Continuous Clue words since for all day only
  3. 3. Present Perfect Continuous Clue words lately recently how long
  4. 4. Subject + have, has + been + -ing form Forms: Present Perfect Continuous Affirmative hike
  5. 5. Subject + have, has + been + -ing form Forms: Present Perfect Continuous Affirmative
  6. 6. Subject + have, has + been + -ing form Forms: Present Perfect Continuous Affirmative
  7. 7. They have been hiking since seven o’clock. Present Perfect Continuous
  8. 8. Subject + have, has + not + been + -ing form Present Perfect Continuous Negative
  9. 9. Subject + have, has + not + been + -ing form Present Perfect Continuous Negative
  10. 10. He hasn’t been hiking since last year. Present Perfect Continuous
  11. 11. Have, has + subject + been + -ing form Present Perfect Continuous Interrogative
  12. 12. Have they been hiking lately? Present Perfect Continuous Yes, they have.
  13. 13. We use the present perfect continuous to emphasize how long something has been going on. Present Perfect Continuous past now action x 1.
  14. 14. How long have you been learning English? Present Perfect Continuous learn
  15. 15. Present Perfect Continuous learn We’ve been learning English for ages.
  16. 16. They have been talking for the last hour. talk Present Perfect Continuous
  17. 17. He’s been surfing the net since seven o’clock. surf Present Perfect Continuous
  18. 18. Sophie has been teaching since October. teach Present Perfect Continuous
  19. 19. Present Perfect Continuous wait Have you been waiting long?
  20. 20. past now 2. We also use the present perfect continuous to talk about actions that started in the past and are still continuing. Present Perfect Continuous action x
  21. 21. live(I’m still living in Paris.) I’ve been living in Paris since I was born. Present Perfect Continuous
  22. 22. Julie has been playing the piano since she was four. play Present Perfect Continuous
  23. 23. James hasn’t been smoking since last month. smoke Present Perfect Continuous
  24. 24. 3. With the adverbs lately or recently, we use the present perfect continuous to talk about new developments which may be temporary. past now New action Present Perfect Continuous
  25. 25. Helen has been spending much money in clothes lately. spend Present Perfect Continuous (= She didn't use to.)
  26. 26. They have been doing exercise recently. do Present Perfect Continuous (= They didn't use to.)
  27. 27. He’s been cooking lately. cook Present Perfect Continuous (= He didn't use to.)
  28. 28. Present Perfect Continuous work What have you been doing lately? I’ve been working in a pizzeria.
  29. 29. We use the present perfect continuous to talk about a recent continuous activity, when we can see the result. past now Present Perfect Continuous action 4.
  30. 30. past now Present Perfect Continuous action 4. The focus is on the activity rather than the result. ln this case, we don't usually use a time adverb.
  31. 31. She’s thirsty. She has been running. run Present Perfect Continuous
  32. 32. It's been raining, so the pavement is wet. rain Present Perfect Continuous
  33. 33. James is annoyed because he’s been waiting a long time for Claire. wait Present Perfect Continuous
  34. 34. Present Perfect Continuous She is very tired. She has been studying hard. study
  35. 35. With stative verbs, we can't use the present perfect continuous. Instead of using the present perfect continuous with these verbs, you must use the present perfect. Present Perfect Continuous
  36. 36. Mark has had his car for five years. NOT Mark has been having his car for five years. . Present Perfect Continuous have
  37. 37. I've known the secret for a long time. NOT I've been knowing the secret for a long time. Present Perfect Continuous know
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