Present Perfect Continuous Mixed Exercise 3

The present perfect continuous is a tense in English to talk about actions and events that started in the past and have continued up to the present moment. The difference between the present perfect continuous and the present perfect (simple) is that the former is used to talk about longer actions and events and when the focus is on the duration.

This is an exercise about forming positive sentences, negative sentences, and questions in the present perfect continuous.

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Present Perfect Continuous Mixed Exercise 3

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct form of the verb in the present perfect continuous.
They (to build) the tallest tower in the world for the last six months.
(I, to dream) again?
That swallow (to fly) since last Tuesday.
(you, to work out) since I last saw you?
The students (not, to work) on the assignment.
I (to want) to tell you something since we first met.
She (to do) the dishes since she got home.
The teacher (not, to shout) that often this week.
Our dog (to look) for his bone since this morning.
They (to think) about they want to do next.

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