PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

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.

Example

·        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.

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