20 Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense! We use the present perfect continuous or present perfect progressive tense to refer to an action, a state, or an action or event that started in the past but is still ongoing. We make this tense using has been or have been and the present participle, also called the -ing of the main verb. for example, subject + has/have + been + present participle.
This blog post will explore 20 examples of present perfect continuous tense affirmative, negative, and interrogative.
20 Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative
- The new cabinet policies have been causing much confusion.
- Shella has been exercising for two hours.
- She has been expecting her classmate’s arrival before 9:00.
- Has the wide road been reducing the accidents?
- My friends have been drinking a lot of coffee these days.
- My brother has been riding the bike to school for one year.
- My family has been exploring our new home.
- The students have been helping each other with all their homework.
- The baby boy has been complaining about your sore eyes all night.
Negative and Interrogative Sentences of Present Perfect Continuous Tense
- Has the loud music sound been bothering you?
- What have you been planning for summer vacation?
- They haven’t been ﬁnishing their work on time.
- He hasn’t been paying his electricity bills on time.
- How often have you been washing your car?
- How has your father been feeling lately?
- How long have you been attending this college?
- They have not been ignoring the matter.
- They have not been buying those flour for one year.
- His health hasn’t been improving much since one week.
- Where have the scientists been traveling? They have been traveling all over Asia.
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