2. Complete the sentences. English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate / advanced level. for hours. He (work) in this company since 1985.

I have been working all morning. Choose the correct answer. at that computer screen for hours.

Exercise 1 - Present perfect simple and continuous. 's been looking 's looked. Present perfect simple or continuous Complete with the right verb,using contractions for negative forms.

I (study) all day, but I am afraid I (learn/not) much.

Present Perfect vs Present Perfect Continuous (progressive) exercises 3, practice perfect tenses 's snowed 's been snowing. 5. Her eyes hurt because she. Fullscreen: Present Perfect vs. W e have been painting the walls.

The film (run / not) for ten minutes yet, but there's a commercial break already. Twitter Share English exercise "Present perfect simple or continuous" created by anonyme with The test builder.

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Put the verbs into the correct form (present perfect progressive).

This exercise focuses on the difference between the past perfect simple and past perfect continuous. I'm tired because I. haven't been having haven't had. The present perfect continuous can be used to talk about situations that have just stopped and have present results. I have already received the report. 1st space: duration → present perfect progressive|2nd space: result → present perfect simple; Andrew (eat) two bars of chocolate today. Complete the sentences below by putting the verb in brackets into the past perfect simple or past perfect continuous: 1 It was a relief to find the documents. result → present perfect simple; The boy’s clothes are dirty because he (play) in the mud.

If it continues we won't be able to go to school tomorrow.

4. 1. I am tired. Present Perfect Continuous by cristina.063. She (not / be) in the garden for more than an hour.

Mary (live) in Germany since 1992. Date: 03 - May - 2011 Level: advanced Age: +14 Description: This is an advanced exercise that gives a grammar explanation of the present perfect vs. the present perfect continuous, as well as a multiple choice exercise. Verb Tense Exercise 8 Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous f t p Using the words in parentheses, complete the text below with the appropriate tenses, then click the … I (wait) for you since two o'clock. How long have you known Julie? 3.

Decide if you need to use the present perfect simple or the progressive..

The following ESL / EFL resources are available for Present perfect continuous (grammar): 4 worksheet(s), 12 book cross-reference(s), 3 online quiz exercise(s), a holiday for ages. I have written ten letters since morning. He (play) tennis for five hours.