Solutions for: App 388 / Present Perfect Continuous (2)

Come 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.
She ______ been looking forward to the show.

Solution:
has
I have not been __________ football since my injury.

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playing
Aunt Lisbet ______ been helping us recently.

Solution:
has
It has not ______ raining all month.

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been
Mr Thomson has been __________ for an hour.

Solution:
talking
Have you been __________ in the canteen lately?

Solution:
eating
Jaden ______ been watching TV for two hours.

Solution:
has
How long have you __________ learning French?

Solution:
been
I have been __________ handstands for three weeks now.

Solution:
practising
They have not been __________ lately because of the weather.

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playing
I have been __________ my trip to Italy recently.

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organising
He ______ been reading the Narnia trilogy for the past weeks.

Solution:
has
______ you been listening? I don't think you get it.

Solution:
Have
I am tired. I have been __________ a lot.

Solution:
revising
She has been __________ this song for month now! I can't stand it anymore!

Solution:
singing