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Formula, Structure, and Rules of Interrogative Sentences- Present Perfect Continuous Interrogative Tenses

Formula, Structure, and Rules of Interrogative Sentences Present Perfect Continuous Interrogative Tenses

Formula:

Have + Have + Subject + Been + Present Participle (verb+ing) + Time reference

Example:

  1. Has he been going to America since 2005?
   SubjectVerbObject
HeGoingAmerica

2.  Have they been making the report since 10th February 2016?

   SubjectVerbObject
TheyMakingReport

3. Have you been using his home for one year?

   SubjectVerbObject
YouUsingHome

4. Has your mother been teaching you since 2012?

   SubjectVerbObject
YourMotherTeacher

5. Have you been working as an employee for five year?

   SubjectVerbObject
YouWorkingEmployee

 

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