Ejemplos de uso Present Perfect vs. Present Perfect Continuous

  • Has Max been exercising lately? He looks great!

  • Jack has been decorating the house all summer.

  • Have you ever met Helen?

  • Why has nobody taken our order yet?

  • What is the tastiest food you have ever tried?

  • Mary and Jane have been travelling since July.

  • How long have you been sitting here?

  • Recently Josh hasn't been doing the work.

  • How long has Nataly been calling you?

  • I have been working here for three months.

  • Has your mother been jogging? She looks fit!

  • Why have we been waiting for her for forty minutes?

  • There has been an accident.

  • How many pages have you written today?

  • I haven't been playing hockey for a long time.

  • I have lost my phone and I can't call you.

  • Where have I left my bag?

  • Charles has been teaching at the university since August.

  • Julie has been working on this report since eight am.

  • I haven't seen Lisa today.

  • I have already cooked the dinner.

  • I have been writing emails for three hours.

  • Have you been reading this paper for two hours?

  • They have been studying philosophy for five years.

  • I've been reading the book you gave me for two weeks.

  • What countries has John ever been to?

  • Has Dan submitted the report yet?

  • Have you been crying? Your eyes are red.

  • I have already done my homework .

  • You are all sweaty! What have you been doing?

  • My sister has not come back yet.

  • Ann hasn't read this paper yet.

  • My best friend hasn't been talking to me for a week.

  • Has your cousin graduated from the university yet?

  • Have they ever been to Scotland?

  • Grandma has been cooking all day.

  • Mary has been to Canada twice.

  • Has Ruth ever cooked for you?

  • Luke has written four books.

  • Erica has not been listening to you all this time.

  • We haven't been to Sweden yet.

  • I haven't been swimming since May.

  • I have just left my job.

  • Who have you been talking to for an hour?

  • I've seen the film you recommened me.

  • My husband has started a new painting this week.

  • They have never met Alex.

  • I have never had a pet.

  • Have you only been waiting for an hour here?

  • They have been waiting for us for thirty minutes.