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Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Affirmative / Positive Sentences

  1. He has been bathing for two hours.
  2. She has been reading for three hours.
  3. I have been playing for four hours.
  4. We have been watching match since 4’O clock.
  5. We have been living in this house since 1996.
  6. Rohan has been studying in London for four years.
  7. John has been gossiping for two hours.
  8. She has been working since morning.
  9. She has been sleeping since noon.
  10. I have been waiting here for you for an hour.
  11. The frogs have been cracking since evening.
  12. It has been raining since morning.
  13. She has been sitting on back bench for three months.
  14. She has been reading English since 3’O clock.
  15. The peacock has been dancing for an hour.
  16. He has been living with Julie for four months.
  17. Sonia has been writing a book for two months.
  18. The teacher has been teaching since 4’O clock.
  19. John has been swimming for two hours.
  20. Mona has been cleaning the house for two hours.

Negative Sentences

  1. He hasn’t been bathing for two hours.
  2. She hasn’t been reading for three hours.
  3. I haven’t been playing for four hours.
  4. We haven’t been watching match since 4’O clock.
  5. We haven’t been living in this house since 1996.
  6. Rohan hasn’t been reading at Alwar for four years.
  7. Ram hasn’t been gossiping for two hours.
  8. She hasn’t been working since morning.
  9. She hasn’t been sleeping since noon.
  10. I haven’t been waiting for you since morning.
  11. The frogs haven’t been cracking since evening.
  12. It hasn’t been raining since morning.
  13. He hasn’t been living with Ramesh for four months.
  14. The teacher hasn’t been teaching since 4’Oclock.
  15. She hasn’t been reading English since 3’O clock.
  16. Mohan hasn’t been swimming for two hours.
  17. Reema hasn’t been living in Jaipur for two months.
  18. She hasn’t been going for a walk for five days.
  19. The peacock hasn’t been dancing for an hour.
  20. Geeta hasn’t been writing a book for two months.

Interrogative Sentences

  1. Has he been bathing for two hours?
  2. Has she been reading for three hours?
  3. Have you been playing here for four hours?
  4. Have they been watching cricket since 4’Oclock?
  5. Has Ram been living in this house since 1978?
  6. Has Rohan been studying at Alwar for four years?
  7. Has Ram been gossiping for two hours?
  8. Has she been working since morning?
  9. Has she been sleeping since noon?
  10. Has she been waiting for me since morning?
  11. Have the frogs been cracking since evening?
  12. Has it been raining since morning?
  13. Has Mohan been swimming for two hours?
  14. Has the peacock been dancing for an hour?
  15. Has she been reading English for three hours?
  16. Has Vibha been getting her work done by others?
  17. Have they been doing this work for two days?
  18. Have you been washing clothes for four hours?
  19. Has Gita been writing a book for two months?
  20. Have the children been sleeping since 2’Oclock?

Negative Interrogative Sentences

  1. Hasn’t he been bathing for two hours?
  2. Hasn’t she been reading for two hours?
  3. Haven’t you been playing here for four hours?
  4. Haven’t they been watching cricket since 4’O clock?
  5. Hasn’t Ram been living in this house since 1978?
  6. Hasn’t Rohan been studying in London for four years?
  7. Hasn’t Ram been gossiping for two hours?
  8. Hasn’t she been working since morning?
  9. Hasn’t she been sleeping since noon?
  10. Hasn’t she been waiting for me since morning?
  11. Haven’t the frogs been croaking since evening?
  12. Hasn’t it been raining since morning?
  13. Hasn’t Mohan been swimming for two hours?
  14. Hasn’t the peacock been dancing for an hour?
  15. Hasn’t she been reading English for three hours?
  16. Hasn’t Vibha been getting her work done by others?
  17. Haven’t they been doing this work for two days?
  18. Hasn’t Rajni been washing the clothes for four hours?
  19. Hasn’t Gita been writing a book for two months?
  20. Haven’t the children been sleeping since 2 O’clock?
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