7.1 – The Present Perfect Continuous Tense

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 The Present Perfect Continuous Tense


 

 

 

 

As you can notice, we make Present Perfect Continuous with Present Perfect of the verb TO BE and the Present Participle of the verb we are using (-ing form).

The negative form is made by adding NOT, and questions are made by using inversion. Some of the time expressions used with tense may include for and since.

 

 

 

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