I don't think getting the feel of how to use these tenses is that easy. However, I hope various posts might give you an insight. Let's start with the kind of verbs that cannot be used in a present perfect continuous. There are a bunch of verbs in English, called "Stative Verbs" which can't be used in continuous tenses. They usually express Emotions (hate, love, prefer, regret, fear dislike, etc.), Senses (smell, taste, feel, hear, etc.), mental processes (remember, forget, imagine, mean, understand, etc.) and verbs of such kind. On the other hand you can hear verbs expressing actions, which means they can be used in continuous tenses.
Some general examples:
I've been studying for two hours. (a continuous action)
I've always hated the way she talks! (no real action, but continuous)
It's been raining the whole last night! (a continuous action)
He has possessed that skill since he left the college. (no real action, but continuous)
Please note that, most active verbs (that's, not stative ones) can be used in Present Perfect tense, except that they can't express any Continuity:
I've been trying to fix this tap for two hours!
I've tried to fix that tap several times!
Hope it helps.
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