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    Adriana F.
    US
    Adriana F.

    Yes there is a mistake on this topic CORRECT STRUCTURE IS Subject+has/have been + present continues [NOT PART PARTICIPLE]

    Sanaa J.
    JO
    Sanaa J.

    very good

    Hanan E.
    EG
    Hanan E.

    i guess thers is something wrong present perfect continious (he.she.et...ex +have or has +been +ing

    Errol P.
    TH
    Errol P.

    The present perfect continuous is used for actions that started in the past (lasting a long time) and may continue into the future. It has the following structure: have/has + been + present participle.

    Losi D.
    US
    Losi D.

    I think the videos should be more hard for students so they can learn something they didn't aspect and the videos are to easy and they are stuff you learned in kindergarten if anyone sees this well read it well

    Edna R.
    PH
    Edna R.

    The present perfect continuous is made up of two elements: the present perfect of the verb 'to be' (have/has been), and the present participle of the main verb (base+ing)

    Ean W.
    JM
    Ean W.

    Good

    Khaled A.
    EG
    Khaled A.

    there is a wrong > have or has + been + v.ing

    Nisreen K.
    IN
    Nisreen K.

    good examples

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