Usage examples Present Continuous vs. Present Perfect Continuous
Wait here, my sister is getting dressed.
How long has John been playing chess?
I have been working here for five years.
I have not been dancing for half a year.
Is your cousin coming to the party?
Who is calling you? It is late.
Julia has not been using her car for two weeks.
You are sweaty! Have you been exercising?
My brother is not sleeping, he is playing now.
I have not been crying for an hour.
I am reading now.
What are you doing tomorrow?
My daughter has not been studying maths for a month.
Mum is cooking, go and help her.
My student has not been writing an article for a week.
I have been driving for six hours without stopping.
I can't talk now, I am studying.
Be quiet, Alice is sleeping.
We are painting the walls in the bedroom now.
James is playing football at the moment.
I have been waiting for you all day.
You are so dirty! What have you been doing?
My mum has been cooking all afternoon.
I usually walk to work but today I am taking a bus.
My mum is not working at the moment.
My fiancee has not been talking to me for three days.
Who is knocking on the door? I'll open.
It is raining, take an umbrella!
Call me later, I am riding my bike.
You have been eating a lot recently.
Are you leaving? It's only nine pm.
Why are you shouting at me now?
Where are your parents going now?
Paul is not smiling, is he okay?
My son has been writing his essay for two hours.
My wife is working on her new project at the moment.
How long has your brother been living in London?
Are they moving at the moment?
They have been travelling since September.
What happened? Why are you crying?
Are you using my phone? Give it back to me!
My dad has been reading this book for a month.
Children have not been swimming that long.
How long have you been learning Chinese?
We have not been arguing for two weeks.
What book are you reading now?
I have not been doing sports for two years.
My sister is so tired, she has been studying all morning.