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Present perfect vs present perfect continuous

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Present Perfect VS. Present Perfect Continuous

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Present perfect vs present perfect continuous

  1. 1. Present Perfect VS. Present Perfect Continuous 1 He has been repairing the car for 2 hours He has repaired the car Present perfect continuous Emphasis on ACTIVITY Present perfect Emphasis on RESULT Prepared by: MOHAMMAD MOUSSA
  2. 2. Stative and Action verbs 2 They have known each other for ages Use STATIVE or ACTION verbs with present perfect They have been playing football for an hour Only use ACTION verbs with present perfect Continuous Prepared by: MOHAMMAD MOUSSA
  3. 3. Correct or Incorrect • They have been knowing each other for ages • They have known each other for ages. • I have been living here for 2 years. • I have lived here for 2 years. • I have been understanding the lesson. • I have understood the lesson. • I haven’t been finishing my homework yet. • I haven’t finished my homework yet. 3 Prepared by: MOHAMMAD MOUSSA

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