English Grammar: Present Perfect Progressive (Present Perfect Continuous)

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The Present Perfect Progressive is used to emphasise the duration of a recent past activity. It can also be used for actions that began in the past and are still going on now.


Some books use the term Present Perfect Progressive, and others use Present Perfect Continuous.

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Aspect; Past Perfect; Verb; Perfect


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