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Great lesson of the two tenses!
Present Perfect Continuous and Present Perfect
Present Perfect Continuous
Formulation: I have been playing tennis/you/he/she/we and they have been playing tennis
Usage: Action that started in the past but is still in progress
Example: I’ve been studying all morning
I’ve been doing the exercise sine 11am
He has been driving for 5 hours
Usage: Action that is complete at the time of speaking
I’ve studied 3 sections until now
I’ve already done half the exercise
He has driven 500 kilometres so far
Present perfect continuous Time Line - Past Event in progress now
Present perfect Time line -Action completed at some point in the past
Common Mistakes: Present Perfect Continuous
I have waited for half an hour /Correct: I have been working for half an hour
He has slept since 9am /Correct: He has been sleeping since 9am
Common Mistakes: Present Perfect
It has been snowing twice this week /Correct: It has snowed twice this week
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