Present Perfect Continuous
Positive and Negative
This exercise is to practise making the English present perfect continuous tense. You need to make either the positive form or the negative form.
It's really important to make sure you are confident making the forms of the tenses, so then you can focus on when to use them, which is a bit more difficult. Even some of my advanced students aren't really 100% sure about the forms, and this really shows if you need to speak English in a hurry or during exams when you are stressed.
Click here to review how to make the present perfect continuous (just in case you've forgotten!)
Click here to download this exercise in PDF (with answers)
If you want to learn more about the tenses, especially about how to use them when you're speaking, you could try my video course, Terrific Tenses, which is part of Perfect English Grammar Plus.