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    any differences between them??????

    I have lived in this house since I was born
    I have been living in this house since I was born

    In my opinion they have the same meaning

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    Exclamation Re: any differences between them??????

    Quote Originally Posted by sykim99 View Post
    I have lived in this house since I was born
    I have been living in this house since I was born

    In my opinion they have the same meaning
    Yes, the first one is in the present perfect that has perfect aspect, which means that it is used to refer to a subject's past actions or states(living in the past) while keeping the subject in a present state of reference (living now)

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