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    Default have been done \have been doing

    hi everybody

    i wanna ask you whats the difference between these two tenses in use

    when we use these tenses in english and whats the different between them

    thank you so much

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    Default Re: have been done \have been doing

    Quote Originally Posted by m00n View Post
    hi everybody

    i wanna ask you whats the difference between these two tenses in use

    when we use these tenses in english and whats the different between them

    thank you so much
    Before we deal with your question, please type your post again, using correct capitalisation and punctuation.

    Remember:

    1) Capital letter at the beginning of each sentence.
    2) Full stop (or question mark/exclamation mark) at the end of a sentence.
    3) First person singular pronoun is always capitalised.
    4) Wanna = want to
    5) In the title, the "slash" should go the other way. You have \ but it should be /
    6) There's no reason to put your post in bold.

    You will find that if your posts are well written and constructed, you will get much better responses.

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