Take out three and the second one will work.
That's one of my main doubts using verbs. Could you explain the right way to use this?
I can say: "I've been using to do.....", but when?
It would be very dificult to use your example. With action vebrs, the present perfect progressive is normally used to show that something began in the pas and is not complete. With the email examples, the speed of the action would generally indicate that it is finished. I culd say 'I've been sending him emails for several days and he hasn't replied'. Here, the action is incomplete because I wil send more emails until he replies. However, with 3 emails, you have basically sent them or not.
Ok, very good explanation! Tks.Originally Posted by tdol
Now I have no more reason to make mistakes about it...
I wish you luck with it.
We shall use the present perfect tense for this sentence.
I've been sending three emails today, but they keep getting bounced. I'm running out of ways to spell the address.
For me the only difference between both forms, is when we are talking about one action which began in the past and has a relation with the present, we use the continuous tense (present perfect continuous) just if we want to show that it is not finished.
But can we use the present perfect tense with one action which has began in the past and has a result or just stopping at the moment of speaking?
Thank for your reply and your fast answer, have a nice sunny day, the 'The French'.