Solutions for: App 387 / Present Perfect Continuous (1)

Practise the present perfect continuous!
We use the present perfect continuous when we want to say that something started in the past and is still continuing now.
And to talk about a past action which recently stopped.

The present perfect continuous is formed with "has/have been" + "the ing-form of the verb" (present participle).
For example: I have been watching the TV series for a month now. OR I am wet. It has been raining.
I have been __________ chess recently.

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learning
Lately, Lucas has been __________ for the junior marathon.

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training
She ______ been cooking all evening, so dinner is ready soon.

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has
They ______ been building the new school for a year now.

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have
Mum has been __________ a lot recently.

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working
Marie has been __________ the piano a lot lately.

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practising
We have ______ looking after Lilly a lot lately.

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been
Dad ______ been exercising for hours!

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has
We have been __________ about you.

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thinking
They have been __________ on this project for a long time.

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working
She has ______ gaming a lot recently.

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been
Louisa ______ been waiting for ten minutes already.

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has
Have you been __________ the News lately?

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watching
I have ______ renovating my bedroom recently.

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been