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Present perfect continuous vs. simple past

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Present perfect continuous vs. simple past

  1. 1. PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS VS.SIMPLE PAST<br />ANDRES FERNANDO BENAVIDES PAY <br />
  2. 2. SIMPLE PAST<br />PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS<br /> Simple past tense is used to talk about completed actions in the past. As refer to measures that have already occurred, should always go in a past context, either because they're telling a story that has already happened, or using complementary pass over time<br /> forma verbal This sí emplea Interesa destacar de Cuando la Acción en Sí Misma Más Que El los resultados por; de no se si Precisa La Acción ha finalizado o no<br />forexample: I've been making models and drawings<br />Yesterday, lastnight, lastweek, lastmonth, lastyear, in 2004<br /> This time is also used to indicate the duration of an action that began in the past and just completed or still ongoing<br />conjugation of the verb to be. For the first and third person is WAS, for all others is Were<br />I was in san andres islands the past Vacation<br />mercedes and angel were in san andres islands the past Vacation<br />forexample: I've been sleepless for 3 days<br />I've been running for an hour<br />The verb to Have in the past it had. It's the same for everyone.<br />

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