Presente Perfecto Continuo

Presente perfecto continuo construcción: will/shall + have + been + gerundio (verbo + –ing).

Verbo ejemplar: write

I will have been writing  We will have been writing
You will have been writing  You will have been writing
He/she/it will have been writing  They will have been writing

Usamos el Presente Perfecto Continuo para hablar sobre acciones que empezaron en el pasado y siguen ocurriendo todavía hasta el mismo momento

(O acaban de parar, y que tienen resultados en el presente).

  • We’ve been saying the same thing for years.
  • He’s been acting his whole career.
  • Why haven’t you been speaking to me?
  • Lucia has been working for the last six years.
  • You have been writing lots of essays.
  • I think she’s been driving to work these last few years.

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