Present perfect continuous

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Present perfect continuous

  1. 1. Present Perfect Continous Usos y forma Present Perfect Continuous
  2. 2. Forma[has/have+ been+ participio de presente o “-ing”] Ejemplos: You have been waiting for two hours. Have you been waiting for two hours? You haven’t been waiting for two hours. Present Perfect Continuous
  3. 3. Frases negativas Sujeto Verbo auxiliar V-ing I, we, you, they haven’t been walking, doing,studying He, she, it has n’t been walking, doing, sudying • They haven’t been talking for two hours (Han estado hablando durante dos horas) • She hasn’t been sudying German since she was 16 (Ha estado estudiando alemán desde que tenía 16 años) Present Perfect Continuous
  4. 4. Frases afirmativas Sujeto Verbo auxiliar V-ing I, we, you, they have been walking, doing,studying He, she, it has been walking, doing, sudying • They have been talking for two hours (Han estado hablando durante dos horas) • She has been sudying German since she was 16 (Ha estado estudiando alemán desde que tenía 16 años) Present Perfect Continuous
  5. 5. Frases interrogativas Verbo auxiliar Sujeto “been” V-ing ? Have I, we, you they been walking, doing,studying Has He, she, it been walking, doing, sudying • Have they been talking for two hours? (¿Han estado hablando durante dos horas?) • Has she been sudying German since she was 16? (¿Ha estado estudiando alemán desde que tenía 16 años?) Present Perfect Continuous
  6. 6. Usos• Usamos este tiempo cuando queremos expresar el sentido de la continuidad deuna acción que comenzó en el pasado y que dura todavía en el presente o acabade terminar.• Nos referimos a algo que hemos estado haciendo durante un tiempo y, portanto, usamos las preposiciones “for” y “since”.•Si usamos el presente perfecto continuo sin un periodo de tiempo, significa“lately” o “recently” (últimamente, recientemente). Present Perfect Continuous

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