Present Perfect Continuous Tense - 82

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Present Perfect Continuous Tense.


The Present Perfect Continuous Tense denotes that something began in the past or recent past and may be continuing or has continued up to now.

A Few Models.

I have been teaching English on the Web.
He/She has been (have been) learning English on the Web.
We have been creating / building an English website.

When we want to express/stress the period [(of time) (of the action)], we use prepositions “for” and “since” (often) as well as expressions “lately and “recently” (often) with It.

Now then, the same Models become:

I have been teaching English on the Web for years.
I have been teaching English on the Web since 2012.
I have been teaching English on the Web lately.
I have been teaching English on the Web recently.

Lately, he/she has been learning English on the Web.
Recently, he/she has been learning English on the Web.
….

Since 2012, we have been creating an English website.
For years, we have been creating an English website. …

Homework.

Find some more illustrations and make/line/remember the Syntax (as in lessons nos. 76 and 77).

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