Perfect Continuous Tense - 81

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Perfect Continuous Tense.

The Perfect Continuous Tense mainly denotes that something has (had/will have) done continually (often/frequently, etc.) for/since/in some (certain or uncertain) period of time.

It is very common to use a preposition (for, since, etc.) or an adverb (lately, recently, etc.) with, at the begging of or at the end of a sentence.

As there are three Tenses, so are there three patterns, as:

1. Present Perfect Continuous Tense.
2. Past Perfect Continuous Tense.
3. Future Perfect Continuous Tense.

We can learn each of them in next three lessons in detail with examples.

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