The present perfect is a verb form which links the past and present. We use it when we talk about an action or state which started in the past and which continues up to the present time. InstructionsFor each of the six questions...
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1: ... in Trujillo since 2004.
Use present perfect continuous for unfinished actions or for recent continuous actions: have / has + been + verb + ing. For non-action verbs (know, be, have, etc) use the present perfect simple. InstructionsRead each sentence and...
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She's been ... inToronto for five years.
The present perfect is formed from the present tense of the verb “have” and the past participle of a verb, i.e. “they have been married for nearly fifty years”. Can you get all of these examples right?
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I have studied here......................five years.