PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE RULES WITH EXAMPLE

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

Identification : End of Sentences must be Aa Raha Hai, Aa Rahi Hai, Aa Rahe Hai.

RULE FOR SIMPLE SENTENCE

[Sub+has/have+been+V1-ing+Object+since/for+time]

Has=Sub Singular,Have=Sub Plural,I

  • We have been doing this work since morning.
  • Girls have been plucking flower since morning.
  • Sunil has been going since morning.
  • Ravi has been going to GMA for One year.
  • I have been living in Delhi since childhood.

RULE FOR NEGATIVE SENTENCE

[Sub+has/have+not+been+V1-ing+Obj+since/for + time]

  1. Ravi has not been cooking the food since morning.
  2. We have not been doing this work for 9’o clock.
  3. Girls have not been plucking the flower since morning.
  4. She has not been watching T.V. for 1 week.
  5. He has not been going to GYM for 1 year.

RULE FOR INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES

[Has/Have Sub+ been+V1– ing+Obj+since/for+ time?]

  1. Has Ravi been cooking the food since morning?
  2. Have we been doing this work for 9’o clock?
  3. Have Girls been plucking the flower since morning?
  4. Has she been watching movies since afternoon?
  5. Has he been sleeping since 8 O’clock?

RULE FOR INTERROGATIVE + NEGATIVE SENTENCE

[Has/Have+Sub+not+been+V1-ing+Obj+since/for+time?]

  1. Has Ravi not been cooking the food since morning?
  2. Have we not been doing this work for 9’o clock?
  3. Have girls not been plucking the flower since morning?
  4. Has she not been learning exams since night?
  5. Has he not been going to home for 1 month?

RULE FOR WH-QUESTION SENTENSE

[Wh-Words+has/have+Sub+been+V1-ing+Obj+ since/for + time?]

  1. Why has Ravi been cooking the food since morning?
  2. Why have we been doing this work for 9’o clock?
  3. Why have girls been plucking the flower since morning?
  4. Where have you been going to English classes for 6 months?
  5. What have they been eating on diet for 3 months?

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