✪ DICA de INGLÊS ✪

❖ Present Perfect Continuous (Presente Perfeito Contínuo)

have + been + ing form

has + been + ing form

Usamos o presente perfeito contínuo com:

• ações que começaram no passado e vêm até o presente.

She’s very tired. She has been typing all day.

(Ela está muito cansada. Ela está digitando o dia inteiro.)

I’ve been studying in this school for two years.

(Eu estou estudando nesta escola há dois anos.)

They have been living in the same house for twenty years.

(Eles estão morando na mesma casa há vinte anos.)

• ações repetidas

Jenny is worried. She has been phoning Jim every thirty minutes.

(Jenny está preocupada. Ela está telefonando para o Jim a cada trinta minutos.)

• conclusões

Your eyes are red. You’ve been crying.

(Seus olhos estão vermelhos. Você esteve chorando.)

• Affirmative

I have been studying

You have been studying

He has been studying

She has been studying

It has been studying

We have been studying

You have been studying

They have been studying

• Negative

You have not been studying

He has not been studying

She has not been studying

It has not been studying

We have not been studying

You have not been studying

They have not been studying

• Interrogative

Have I been studying?

Have you been studying?

Has he/she/it been studying?

Have we been studying?

Have you been studying?

Have they been studying?

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