Present Perfect vs Perfect Progressive

Complete with present perfect or present perfect continuous tense.

Subject Grammar:

Present Perfect Tense
Present Perfect Continuous

Similar Exercises:

Present Perfect vs Perfect Progressive 2
Present Perfect / Past Perfect

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Exercise 1 / Exercise 2
1. I a new pair of shoes.

2. reading that book yet?

3. I but I am still at chapter 10.

4. I you for ages, how have you been?

5. I my homework so can I play video games now?

6. Sarah a lot of weight lately, I hope she doesn't get sick.

7. Bryan seven books and they are all published.

8. Bryan all night and he's got 30 pages so far.

9. George an amazing job at the local pharmacist.

10. We are out of money because your mother it all.

11. There is only a little cake left because your dad it in the past 3 days.

12. The new sheriff to town.

13. Santa Clause presents to kids for decades.

14. I for over eight hours now. I am extremely tired.

15. Sales department the last months revenue report.

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