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Continuous aspect can be applied to several tenses and is formed with the verb "be" and -ing form of the verb. See a list of uses of continuous aspect with many examples and then test yourself with the self-checking quiz.Grammar»Tense»Present Continuous, Grammar»Tense»Present Perfect Continuous, Grammar»Tense»Past Continuous, Grammar»Tense»Past Perfect Continuous, Grammar»Tense»Future Continuous, Grammar»Tense»Future Perfect Continuous
Describes when to use present perfect progressive tense, with timing diagrams for explanation.
This simple video is a grammar lesson about using the present perfect continuous to ask questions about what someone has done in the recent past or up until the present.
What is the difference between the simple present and present perfect progressive? Learn the structures of each and how to use them. The lesson offers examples, exercises and exams to test your knowledge.
Two different tenses are presented in this lesson: present perfect and present perfect progressive. Not all verbs can be progressive and this lesson has a very good explanation of the difference between these tenses, using eleven exercises and two tests.
This lesson gives a brief on the form and the uses of present perfect progressive. It also gives you lots of practice with 7 different exercises and three levels of tests.
An exercise on forming verbs in present perfect progressive tense.
An exercise on writing negative sentences in present perfect progressive tense.
An exercise on writing 'yes/no'-questions in present perfect progressive tense.
An exercise on writing 'wh'-questions in present perfect progressive tense.
Comprehensive list of the uses of the present perfect with a section reviewing the past participle of verbs. Detailed explanations and quizzes.
This is part four of a lesson in five parts. In this part, the teacher practices using time expressions and finally begin the study of the present perfect progressive.
This material compares and contrast several verb tenses including the present perfect and the present perfect progressive.
In this video you will learn how to construct the present perfect continuous (or progressive). This is a great resource for students who love grammar. If you want to know "why" as well as "how" to make the present perfect, this video lesson is for you. There are two exercises for practice, as well.
This free English lesson you will learn how to form the present perfect, present perfect continuous and when to use them.
Learn how to use the present perfect, past perfect and and present perfect continuous to express EXACTLY what you want to say in English.Grammar»Tense»Present Perfect, Grammar»Tense»Present Perfect Continuous, Grammar»Tense»Past Perfect, Grammar»Tense»Past Perfect Continuous, Grammar»Tense»Future Perfect
A very basic summary of the conditional perfect progressive tense. Includes an example.