Examples of Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Affirmative / Positive Sentences

  1. Mohan had been studying since morning.
  2. She had been cooking food since morning.
  3. Ram had been playing for a long time.
  4. He had been writing a poem for two months.
  5. Vimla had been studying for two hours. 
  6. Kamla had been doing this work since May.
  7. Your mother had been washing clothes since morning.
  8. The boys had been making noise for two hours.
  9. You had been living at Jaipur since the year 2001.
  10. He had been weeping since morning.
  11. Ram had been watching TV for two hours.
  12. Ram had been watching TV since 4 O’clock.
  13. Jackob had been living in this cottage since 1997.
  14. It had been raining since morning.
  15. Nisha had been waiting for me since 11 O’clock in the morning.

Negative Sentences

  1. Mohan had not been studying since morning.
  2. She hadn’t been cooking food since morning.
  3. Ram had not been playing for a long time.
  4. He had not been writing a poem for two months.
  5. Vimla hadn’t been studying for two hours. 
  6. Kamla hadn’t been doing this work since May.
  7. Your mother hadn’t been washing clothes since morning.
  8. The boys hadn’t been making noise for two hours.
  9. You had not been living in Jaipur since the year 2001.
  10. He had not been weeping since morning.
  11. Ram had not been watching TV for two hours.
  12. Shyam hadn’t been watching movie since 4 O’clock.
  13. Jackob hadn’t been living in this cottage since 1997.
  14. It hadn’t been raining since morning.
  15. Nisha had not been waiting for me since 11 O’clock in the morning.

Interrogative Sentences

  1. Had Ram been playing for a long time?
  2. Had he been writing a poem for two months?
  3. Had Vimla been studying for two hours?
  4. Had Kamla been doing this work since May?
  5. Had your mother been washing clothes since morning?
  6. Had the boys been making noise for two hours?
  7. Had you been living in Jaipur since the year 2001?
  8. Had he been weeping since morning?
  9. Had Ram been watching TV for two hours?
  10. Had Jackob been living in this cottage since 1997?

Negative Interrogative Sentences

  1. Hadn’t Ram been playing for a long time?
  2. Had he not been writing a poem for two months?
  3. Had Vimla not been studying for two hours?
  4. Hadn’t Kamla been doing this work since May?
  5. Hadn’t your mother been washing clothes since morning?
  6. Hadn’t the boys been making noise for two hours?
  7. Had you not been living in Jaipur since the year 2001?
  8. Hadn’t he been weeping since morning?
  9. Had Ram not been watching TV for two hours?
  10. Hadn’t Jackob been living in this cottage since 1997?
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