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Thursday, January 26, 2023

Present Perfect Continue Tense


The Word Tense has been derived from the Latin word Tempus which means time. 

Tense is a verb which refers to some time. 

Simple Present Perfect Continue Tense 

A verb which tells that action started in the past and is going on continuously and has not completed at the present moment is called present perfect continue tense. 

Eg :  I has Been Raining for last two hours,     They have been working since Morning. 

Simple Present Perfect Continues Construction :

Subject + Have Been / Has Been + Main Verb I + Ing + Since/For  Object

Affirmative : 

I have been playing  game since morning. 

we have been  playing game since morning? 

she has been  playing game since morning? 

Negative : 

I have not been  playing game .

we have not been  playing game.

She has not been playing game. 

Interrogative : 

Have I been playing Game since morning ?

Have we  been playing game ?

Has he been  playing game ? 

Next What We Learn :

Simple Past Tense 

Past Perfect Tense 

Past Continues Tense

Simple Future Tense

Future Perfect Tense

Future Continues Tense

Future Perfect Continues Tense

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