• Present Perfekt Progressiv
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  • 30.06.2020
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Present Perfect Progressive or Present Perfect Continuous is a tense, which is used to show an action, that has started in the past and continued until now.

The focus is on the action itselfs not on the result.

How to build the Present Perfect Progressive?

have/ has + been + Infintiv + -ing

Positive: I have been riding for three years.

Negative: I have not been riding for three years.

Question: Have you been riding for three years?

Watch out for signalwords
  • all day
  • the whole day
  • since
  • for
Fill in the missing words!

She has been driving for two years. ( to drive)

They haven't been playing today. (not to play)
How long have you been playing soccer? (to play)
My sister has been riding since she was ten years old. ( to ride)
I have been watching netflix the whole day. ( to watch)
How long have they been learning english? (they
to learn)

Word scramble: Put the letters in the correct order to form the Present Perfect Progressive

his - been - since - Leon - girlfriend - has - for- waiting - three o'clock

have - started- chatting - since - they- school - been - not