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Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Present Perfect Continuous Tense yapısında cümleler kurmak için şu formül kullanılır.Ayrıca Time Expessions olarak "since last week" "lately" "recently" "since yesterday" gibi ifadeler kullanırız.

subject + have/has been + verb_ing

Subject auxillery verb verb rest of sentence
I have been moving to a new house.
You / We / They have been moving to a new house.
He / She / It has been moving to a new house.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense Positive
Present Perfect Continuous Tense'in kullanım alanları şu şekildedir.

Geçmişte başlayıp şu ana kadar devam etmekte olan durumlar için kullanılır.

My brother has been waiting for his team mates since this morning.
I have been working in this school for ten years.
They have been living at this house since 1950.


Present Perfect Continuous Tense Negative
Olumsuz cümle yapısı kullanılırken have/has not ile kullanılır.

subject + have/has not been + verb_ing

Subject auxillery verb verb rest of sentence
I have not been moving to a new house.
You / We / They have not been moving to a new house.
He / She / It has not been moving to a new house.

My brother has not been waiting for his team mates since this morning.
I have not been working in this school for ten years.
They have not been living at this house since 1950.

Present Perfect Continuous Tense Question
Question cümle yapısında have/has başa gelir.

have/has + subject + been + verb_ing

Auxillery verb subject verb rest of sentence
Have I moving to a new house.
Have You / We / They moving to a new house.
Has He / She / It moving to a new house.

Has my brother been waiting for his team mates since this morning?
Have I been working in this school for ten years?
Have they been living at this house since 1950?

Örnek cümleler:

They (talk) for hours.

They have been talking for hours.
They have not been talking for hours.
Have they have been talking for hours?

Runners (run) for 2 hours.

Runners have been running for 2 hours.
Runners have not been running for 2 hours.
Have runners been running for 2 hours?

They (sleep) all day.

They have been sleeping all day.
They have not been sleeping all day.
Have they been sleeping all day?

They (play) basketball since 4 o'clock.

They have been playing basketball since 4 o'clock.
They have not been playing basketball since 4 o'clock.
Have they been blaying basketball since 4 o'clock?
Simple Present Tense
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Simple Past Tense
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Simple Future Tense
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Present Perfect Tense
Past Perfect Tense
Future Perfect Tense
Present Continuous Tense
Past Continuous Tense
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Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Future Perfect Continuous Tense



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