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    #1

    How often have you been running

    Hello,

    *self-made*

    - How often have you been running?
    - I have sometimes been running in the mornings.

    I would like to ask if we can use the resent perfect progressive in the sentences? I think they are OK.

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: How often have you been running

    They are 'okay', but not natural to a native speaker.

    'How often do you go running?'


    'I sometimes go running in the morning.'
    'Sometimes I go running in the morning.'
    'I go running in the morning sometimes.'
    'Sometimes, but not every day. Usually in the morning.'

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