presend perfecr vs present perfect continues
I have one doubt in present prefect tense vs present perfect continuous tense for instance
I have written a later(present perfect)
I have been writing for an hour(present perfect continuous)
I can understand what the meaning of these tense. But in real time people are using like
I have been written a letter (There is no continuous)
It has been done(There is no continuous)
Is there any meaning in the above sentence?
Can you please correct me with example?
Thanks in Advance!
Re: presend perfecr vs present perfect continues
I've made some comments above but I'm not quite sure what you're question is. As a general rule, the present continuous is used for actions which are still ongoing, and past tenses for actions which have finished.
Originally Posted by johnre