Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Definition of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense represents the actions that are started in the past, and the action continues in the current time. or maybe continued in the future.

Example of Present Perfect Continuous Tense is also called present perfect progressive tense

Examples or Sentences of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Examples or Sentences of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

  1. You have been telling a lie.
  2. He has been going to the morning walk.
  3. She has been watching a movie since morning.
  4. John has been studying for four hours.
  5. They have been playing football.
  6. When have you been cooking food?
  7. He has been treating her wife like a princess.
  8. She has been preparing for the exam for three months.
  9. I have been trying to learn the English language.
  10. Ben has been losing weight since his accident.
  11. We have been beliving this.
  12. They have been writing a book.
  13. He has been spending too much money.
  14. I have been driving a car for ten years.
  15. We have not been playing cricket.
  16. I have been eating healthy food
  17. Every summer vacation we have been going to the hill station.
  18. She has been singing a song.
  19. We have been working for two years.
  20. He has been saving money.
  21. They have been reading book since a year.

More Examples:

  1. Examples Present Perfect Tense
  2. Examples Present Continuous Tense

Exercise of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Fill in the correct form of the verb as shown in above sentences.

  1. She _____________ cricket since morning. (play)
  2. They ______________ to market. (not go)
  3. He ___________ the internet. (surf)
  4. They _____________ to tuition. (go)
  5. My dad _____________ to the office on foot. (go)

Answers

  1. She has been playing cricket since morning. (play)
  2. They have not been going to market. (not go)
  3. He has been surfing the internet. (surf)
  4. They have been going to tuition. (go)
  5. My dad has been going to the office on foot. (go)