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Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Progressive

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Jorge Rosario Aragón

on 4 March 2016

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Transcript of Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Progressive

Write a suitable sentence using the PRESENT PERFECT TENSE :
1. Ann’s hair was dirty. Now it’s clean. (wash) ……... Ann has washed her hair…………
2. Tom was 80 kg. Now he’s 70. (lose weight) ……………………………………………..
3. Bill played football yesterday. Now he can’t walk; his leg is in plaster. (break)
………………………………………………………………………
4. My sister is looking for her pen. (lose) ……………………………………………………
5. Mary is on holiday in France. (go) ………………………………………………………..
6. Mr. Hill was in Canada last week. He’s back in London now. (be) …………….
7. Look! Mrs. Smith has got a lot of packages. (buy)…………………………………….
8. I can’t eat anything now. (eat too much) ……………………………………………….
9. Mrs. Jenkins is very tired. (clean / house) ………………………………………………
10. Tony needs a holiday. (work / hard / this year) ………………………………………

P. Perfect Continuous
[subject + has/have + been + present participle]
[subject + has/have + past participle]
Examples:

You have seen that movie many times.
Have you seen that movie many times?
You have not seen that movie many times.
when do I use it?
We use the Present Perfect Continuous to show that something started in the past and has continued up until now.
How long...?
Since when...?
How long have you been studying Math?
- I have been studying Math for
two weeks.
Since when have you been studying Math?
- I have been studying Math since
2015
.
Put the words bellow in order to make sentences.

1. piano lessons has she since taking a been was child she
2. fishing/ since/ they/ the/ came/ have/ sun/ been/ up
3. has/ an/ father/ he/ his/ been/ for/ with/ arguing/ hour
Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Progressive
Examples:

You have been waiting here for two hours.
Have you been waiting here for two hours?
You have not been waiting here for two hours.
Almost there!
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