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Usage Examples Present Continuous vs. Present Perfect Continuous

  • I have been driving for six hours without stopping. -
  • Where are your parents going now? -
  • My fiancee has not been talking to me for three days. -
  • How long has John been playing chess? -
  • James is playing football at the moment. -
  • I have been working here for five years. -
  • Are you using my phone? Give it back to me! -
  • My brother is not sleeping, he is playing now. -
  • How long have you been learning Chinese? -
  • My son has been writing his essay for two hours. -
  • Are they moving at the moment? -
  • What book are you reading now? -
  • Julia has not been using her car for two weeks. -
  • We are painting the walls in the bedroom now. -
  • I have not been doing sports for two years. -
  • My mum has been cooking all afternoon. -
  • I usually walk to work but today I am taking a bus. -
  • Children have not been swimming that long. -
  • You are sweaty! Have you been exercising? -
  • Be quiet, Alice is sleeping. -