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The Present Perfect or The Present Perfect Continuous Tense – The Difference Explained!


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The Present Perfect or The Present Perfect Continuous Tense – The Difference Explained!

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  1. DON'T FORGET TO TRY THESE EXERCISES FOR HOMEWORK and leave me your choices in the comments 🙂
    So guys which would be correct out of the following sentences:
    1. a) They haven't done the housework yet.
    b) They haven't been doing the housework yet.

    2. a) What's that lovely smell? Have you been cooking?
    b) What's that lovely smell? Have you cooked?

    3. a) I have finished watching the movie- I loved it.
    b) I have been finishing watching the move – I loved it.

    4. a) I have been watching a lot of Love English lately- I still have more to watch!
    b) I have watched a lot of Love English lately- I still have more to watch!

  2. Hi, ravishing Sabrah! Another cognitive lesson from you! Yeah, these tenses can be rather complex sometimes! Thanks a million!❤️🥰💗
    Oh, we love your sky-blue turtleneck! It suits you perfectly!👍👌
    Leila's acting is always tip-top! She's a pretty good runner!😂🏃‍♀️🔥
    Adore you both sooo much!
    Good luck!✨
    Homework:
    1) a; 2) a; 3) a; 4) a.

  3. Nimekuwa na shughuli nyingi wiki hii. Nimekuwa nikimtembelea binti yangu hospitalini.= I have been busy this week. I have been visiting my daughter at the hospital.

  4. Hongera kwa mwalimu anayefunza kiingereza. Kwa watu wasiojua kiingereza, wewe ndiwe mwalimu= congratulations to the teacher who teaches English. For those who don't know English, you are the teacher.

  5. 𝐃𝐈𝐅𝐅𝐄𝐑𝐄𝐍𝐂𝐄𝐒 𝐁𝐄𝐓𝐖𝐄𝐄𝐍 𝐏𝐑𝐄𝐒𝐄𝐍𝐓 𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐅𝐄𝐂𝐓 𝐀𝐍𝐃 𝐏𝐑𝐄𝐒𝐄𝐍𝐓 𝐏𝐄𝐑𝐅𝐄𝐂𝐓 𝐂𝐎𝐍𝐓𝐈𝐍𝐔𝐎𝐔𝐒
    I have written half a dozen letters since breakfast (completed up to now)
    I have been writing letters all the morning. (I am still writing now)
    He has been taking photos. (He is probably still carrying his camera)
    He has taken photos (This action may or may not be very recent)
    Examples :

    The Present Perfect Tense : I have done my homework (finished). I have spilled my coffee. I have already eaten my lunch. I have just heard the news. Have you ever played cricket? She has developed some very strange habits lately. He has not finished his work yet. I have never heard anything so ridiculous. Have you seen any good films recently? He has picked hundreds of apples. He has not phoned me for two weeks. I have seen migratory birds in thousands in this area. It is the first time he has driven a car. He has never driven a car. That is the third time he has phoned her this evening. This is the most boring film I have ever seen. I have visited my daughter at the hospital, she has just had a baby.

    He has gone to London.(He is in London now, or on his way to London). He has been to London. (He is not in London now, he has come back).
    He has been to London several times this year. I have been to the movies twice this week.

    The Present Perfect Continuous Tense : I have been doing my homework for two hours (not finished). They have been building the bridge for several years. I have been working since six this morning. He has been picking apples all afternoon. Lately I have been spilling my coffee a lot, I am so clumsy! She has been learning English for six years. I have been waiting here for nearly an hour. We have been watching TV since 2 p.m. I have been looking for you for the last half hour. Since when has it been raining? How long have you been learning English? He has been lying there for three hours.
    (I have been busy this week) I have been visiting my daughter at the hospital. Leila has been running a lot lately (a new and more temporary activity)

    Present Perfect focuses on completion/result while Present Perfect Continuous focuses on (continuous) activity.

    I have been reading 'David Copperfield' this week. (I am still reading)

    I have read 'David Copperfield' this week. (I finished the book during the week)

    I have read your book. (focus on completion)

    I have been reading your book (focus on continuous activity)

    Sorry about the mess — I have been painting the house. (focus on continuous activity, painting the house.)

    I have painted the rooms since lunchtime. (focus on completion, painted the rooms)

    Present perfect continuous tense is used to emphasize the fact that an action has been uninterrupted, even though it is not continuing now.

    I'm cold because I have been swimming for an hour.(not swimming now, uninterrupted action)

    I'm very tired; I have been running round the town all day. (not running round now)

    Your clothes are dirty. What have you been doing? (not doing now)

    You are very tired. Have you been running? (not running now)

    State verbs (own, contain, exit, belong, matter, mean, know, understand, remember, love, like, depend on, consist of, deserve, seem etc.) cannot usually be continuous. We cannot normally use the continuous form for a state.

    They have had the car for ten years. We have never been happy here. He has been ill since last Monday. We have been in Delhi for a long time. They have known each other since they were at school.

    For actions repeated over a long period —-

    I have been collecting stamps since I was a child.

    I have collected stamps since I was a child.

    'Live' and 'Work' can be used in present perfect and present perfect continuous with little difference in meaning.

    I have lived in London for seven years. (I am still living in London)

    I have been living in London for seven years. (I am still living in London)

    He has been working in the same job for twenty years. (He is still working)

    He has worked in the same job for twenty years. (He is still working)

    How long have you been working here?/How long have you worked here?

    We prefer the present perfect continuous for more temporary actions and situation. When we talk about more permanent (long-lasting) situations, we prefer the present perfect.

    That man has been standing on the corner all day. For 900 years, the castle has stood on the hill above the village.

    I have not been working very well recently. He has not worked for years. My parents have lived in Bristol all their lives.

    A repeated action in the present perfect can sometimes be expressed as a continuous action by the present perfect continuous.

    I have knocked five times. I don't think anyone is in.

    I have been knocking. I do not think anyone is in.

  6. Heyyyy Sabrah🙂🙂….How are you & Leila? Happy Easter to you both and all your subscribers! 🙂 We haven't been in touch long…it is all ok? Stay positive and healthy during this crisis…and also your followers! I see now you have a very large channel! Keep on track! 🙂😎👍

  7. 💖Hi lovely Sabrah. Congrats, you made it. If you would have a problem going to the hospital in June you can call me and I will help you. I've had delivered lots of babies, my uncle was a vet. All answers are 'A". 😊😊Thanks for your lesson.

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