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Usage Examples Present Perfect vs. Present Perfect Continuous

  • Mary and Jane have been travelling since July. -
  • There has been an accident. -
  • I haven't been playing hockey for a long time. -
  • They have never met Alex. -
  • You are all sweaty! What have you been doing? -
  • We haven't been to Sweden yet. -
  • Has Max been exercising lately? He looks great! -
  • I have been working here for three months. -
  • They have been waiting for us for thirty minutes. -
  • I haven't seen Lisa today. -
  • Has your mother been jogging? She looks fit! -
  • What is the tastiest food you have ever tried? -
  • My sister has not come back yet. -
  • I haven't been swimming since May. -
  • My best friend hasn't been talking to me for a week. -
  • How long has Nataly been calling you? -
  • I have never had a pet. -
  • Erica has not been listening to you all this time. -
  • I have already done my homework . -
  • Julie has been working on this report since eight am. -