Present Perfect Continuous for intermediate learners
The present perfect continuous tense is a useful tense in English grammar. Why? Because it connects the present and the past. Let's see how.
What Is Present Perfect Continuous?
The present perfect continuous is a verb tense that shows an event or an action that started in the past and is continuing up until now.
We form the present perfect continuous tense with the help of two auxiliary verbs and the '-ing' form of the main verb.
Has/have + been + present participle
We use the present perfect continuous to talk about something that started in the past and is continuing up until now.
He is exhausted because
The dog is soaking wet.
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