9 Sentences of Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Present perfect continuous describes the actions that started in the past and still continue. If a business that started in the past is probably incomplete, this process may still be in progress or this business may have been completed recently. Present perfect continuous indicates the action we are performing. When using this tens it is linked to the effects seen in the present. This tens is used when we want to highlight the process and how long something has been done.
Here are 9 Sentences of Present Perfect Continuous Tense;
- My mother has been watching TV all afternoon.
- They have been watching the Lord of the Kings.
- My grandmother has been still eating her breakfast.
- They haven’t been studying their books for six days.
- Has he been playing computer game since Monday?
- I have been travelling to this country for four days.
- The mechanic has not been repairing our refrigerator.
- Your eyes are wet. Have you been cutting onions?
- Has they been playing since morning?