We use the Present Perfect Continuous to talk about an action that started in the ____ and continues up to the ____ with emphasis on the ____ or REPETITION of the action.We often use FOR or SINCE to say how long the action has been in ____. ____ refers to a PERIOD of time whereas ____ refers to a POINT in time. We can also use it to talk about a ____ action that was recently in progress in the ____ and which explains the present situation. In other words, this action has a result or ____ in the present. 1) I can't stand her any longer! She has ____ me all day.2) Where have you been? I have been waiting here ____ more than an hour. 3) We've been going out ____ last April. I think I'm in love!




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