Present Perfect Continuous Tense is a state of present tense in which we show action happened in just before sometime. work have been going up to a period and recently finished. Examples are given below.


·        I have been playing badminton.
·      He has been playing football.
·      He has been playing football.
Present Perfect Continuous Tense is showing in the above sentences that work is done completed but in a period. We may see “I have been playing badminton” in which we show action completed in a duration just before. We used “I” (plural noun) and “H” (singular noun) for subject “have been” helping verb and “playing” is -ing ending form of the main verb.



Present Perfect Tense is a third state of present tense which is used to show that the act has finished in recently. All activity has completed before some time. Go through the given below


     I have played badminton.
I have played football.
I have played carrom board.
I have played Basketball.
In these sentences, act has completed you can see that “I have played” is used to show it that act has finished. In these sentences “I” is used for subject that is a plural noun and “have” is a helping verb and “played” is third form of the main verb. When we use to speak a sentence of present prefect tense then we make like these sentences.


Present Continuous Tense

Present Continuous Tense is a tense in which we use to make sentences to show that ‘act is happening’ it tense present that work is happening just now it doesn’t count time from when it is happening. This tense shows the act is now ongoing. Activity is now running.

·         I am playing badminton.
·         I am playing football.
·         I am playing carrom board.
·         I am playing Basketball.
Present Continuous Tense shows the time when act is happening. Read given above sentences and see act is ongoing. It is not showing that when is started act and when will be completed, but it is focused that act is ongoing. 

So, given above sentences show that when we describe any sentences in Present Continuous Tense then we use ‘ing’ form of the verb according to the its tense agreement. Because of act is going on, so we use ing form of the verb with helping verb. “I am playing game” ‘I’ is a subject that is a plural noun so for which ‘am’ helping verb is used.

PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE: (what is present tense?)


Present simple tense is a tense which is used to indicate or present itself when things happen true. It used in different condition when we use it to make the sentences. Sometimes it shows time and sometime not.

·        I play badminton.
·        I play football.
·        I play carrom board.
·        I play Basketball.

After reading given above sentences we have known that ‘I play games’ but “when?” time is hidden in all above sentences. Often, we use to show time sometimes when we want to act according to our routine. Often, present simple tense shows that there is not sure to act happening, act happens but it can be any time.
In these above sentences, “I” is used as ‘subject’ which is plural noun, for which the first form of verb is used to define present tense. These sentences are representing that act happens in present simple tense.