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Present Perfect Continuous, Learn Present Perfect Continuous
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Present perfect continuous tense video lesson. Welcome to English grammar spot. This lesson is about the present perfectcontinuous. In this tutorial I'm going to show youhow to form the present perfect continuousand when to use the present perfect continu
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Present perfect and present perfect continuous/ progressive video tutorial. This tutorial is about the present perfectand the present perfect continuous. In this tutorialI'm going to show you how to form and when to use a present perfect and how to form a
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Taken from a Business English lesson teaching the present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses. The video includes grammar explanations and an exercise.
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Phoibe has been wondering how to explain the present perfect continuous. Watch this video and find out how she does it! She gives you lots of examples and useful comparisons.Sign up to www.holmwoods.eu for exercises and the complete online learning system
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Learn more English with the Shepherd School of English! This is another video about the simple&progressive for present perfect:"I've been playing football.
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Learn more English with the Shepherd School of English!Today, we look at using the simple&progressive for the present perfect:"I've read the book. I've been reading the book for a week so far.
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Part 3 of a series of videos to help you learn and master the tenses of the English Language.In this video lesson you will find easy and clear explanations of when and how to use the present perfect continuous (I have been doing) and when to use the prese
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Part 2 of a series of videos to help you learn and master the tenses of the English language.In this video lesson you will find easy and clear explanations of when and how to use the present continuous (I'm doing) and the present perfect continuous ( I ha