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Introduction to English Grammar - Tenses and Sentence Structure

Comments about Module 1: English Grammar - Tenses and Sentence Structure - Present Perfect Continuous vs Present Perfect

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    Aliaa Abd el-ghafar Ali Egypt It is useful course
    2015-05-16 22:05:56

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    Maia Doborjginidze Georgia I agree with others! Very good online courses!
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    Zynat Hasina Sahebali - Chedie Qatar Very helpful! Thanks a lot!
    2015-05-09 14:05:04

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    Suem Sokhea Cambodia Best.
    2015-04-30 03:04:18

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    Mohamed Elzeky [[]] Really,U are very useful lecturer :D thanks a lot :D
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      Adam Ahhmed Sudan Thanks for the great help.
      2015-05-01 20:05:02
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    Schamaine Armstrong [[]] (Present Perfect Continuous) He has been eating since 12:00. (Present Perfect) I've slept from morning until now...
    2015-02-14 19:02:08

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      Adam Ahhmed Sudan Iam going to read my grammar books. (present coninuous)
      2015-05-01 20:05:26
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    Ben Ito Nigeria Present perfect continuous is used for actions that started in the past and continued to the present while Present Perfect is used for action that have been complete before another happened. Examples: He has been watching the news since morning . (present perfect cont.) She has thrown it away. (present perfect) 
    2015-01-27 12:01:36

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    Myint Mo Singapore I've beeb waitinf for you for one hour. He has finished 3 projects within 2 months
    2015-01-26 14:01:42

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    Umaru Osaio Kamara Sierra Leone thanks for your assistance
    2015-01-23 15:01:23

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    Daniel Zayumba Tanzania now I am starting to understand the course , thank you very much..
    2015-01-14 19:01:15

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    Thuraiya Yahya Oman it`s good to know the differences between tenses to know where to use them
    2015-01-07 09:01:34

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    Ruqia Ahmad [[]] Great Work! but Are there any tests on this course ?
    2014-12-28 11:12:43

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      Usama Gul Pakistan no iam also asking about the test
      2015-02-18 04:02:32
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    M.Umair Rafat Pakistan Great job. I have cleared peresent tense structure
    2014-12-26 16:12:44

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    Djenaba Kourouma United Kingdom It helped me
    2014-11-29 18:11:55

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    Mohammed Alqaisi Iraq good
    2014-11-09 10:11:31

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    Aqeel Mehmood Pakistan It' very helpful. Many misunderstandings about present perfect and present perfect continuous been removed
    2014-11-03 16:11:01

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    John Jones United States of America Is it possible to use both present perfect continuous and present perfect tense in a compound sentence.
    2014-11-03 06:11:13

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    John Jones United States of America This lesson was stimulating, and provoked me to become aware of the changes affecting tense between present perfect continuous and perfect tense. For example, If I say..."I have been traveling for the last 5 hours, this statement qualifies present perfect continuous tense, and If I say " I've traveled from morning until now"...this statement should qualify present perfect tense; what was spoken at the conclusion of the word 'Now' . Constructing these two statements is what I understand about the lecture.
    2014-11-03 06:11:08

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    dao xuanhai Vietnam I'm working for the company my father is the director. Right?
    2014-10-16 16:10:25

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