Tongue-twister What, when, where and why are the words we require quite often when we want to ask question.
The Present Perfect Progressive Tense Употребляется для выражения длящегося действия, которое началось в прошлом, всё ещё продолжается в настоящее время и определённым образом подводит итог продолжительности этого действия.
For example: He has been reading this book for 2 hours. – Он читает эту книгу 2 часа.
Утвердительные предложения have/has + been + Ving Mary and Emily have been playing tennis for 2 hours. Mary has been playing tennis for 2 hours.
Отрицательные предложения have/has + not + been + Ving Mary and Emily have not been playing tennis for 2 hours. Mary has not been reading books for 2 days.
Вопросительные предложения 1.Has Emily been playing tennis for 2 hours? 2.Has Emily been playing for 2 or for 3 hours? 3.Who has been playing tennis for 2 hours? 4.How long have they been playing tennis? 5.They have been playing tennis for 2 hours, haven’t they?
Open the brackets. Use Present Perfect Progressive. 1.My friend (work) on the project for 2 weeks. 2.Kate (look for) her bag for 10 minutes. 3.You (sleep) all day again? 4.Why you (listen) to this song since yesterday? 5.How long you (learn) English?
Keys 1. My friend has been working on the project for 2 weeks. 2. Kate has been looking for her bag for 10 minutes. 3. Have you been sleeping all day again? 4. Why have you been listening to this song since yesterday? 5. How long have you been learning English?
Случаи употребления Как правило, указывается период времени, в течение которого происходит действие. Период времени может быть выражен: обстоятельствами времени типа: a ll my life, all these years, lately; обстоятельствами времени, вводимыми предлогом f or: for a week, for 5 years; обстоятельствами времени, вводимыми словом s ince
Fill in the gaps with for or since 1.It has been raining... yesterday. 2.Mary hasn’t had any guests... last year. 3.My friends have been living in London... many years. 4.Alice has wanted a bicycle... her last birthday. 5.Peter and Kate have known each other... 10 years.
Keys 1.It has been raining since yesterday. 2.Mary hasn’t had any guests since last year. 3.My friends have been living in London for many years. 4.Alice has wanted a bicycle since her last birthday. 5.Peter and Kate have known each other for 10 years.
Present Perfect Progressive не употребляется 1.С глаголами, обозначающими состояние: to love, to remember, to see, to hate, to forget, to hear, to know, to be, to have, etc. 2.Если имеется полное отрицание действия. I haven’t played the guitar since I broke my arm. Употребляется Present Perfect.
Homework 1.Page 30 exercise B 2.Page 30 exercise C 3.Pages 25-27 to learn the rule
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