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Subject + has/ have + been + VI(ing) + object
Since: morning, since, last week, since 1947, since last Monday.
For: for 2 years, for 2 hours, for 2 days
- She has been playing since morning.
- They have been cooking for two hours.
- He has been studing in his school since 2004.
Subject + has/have + not + been + VI + ing + object
- She has not been playing since morning.
- They has not been cooking food for two hours.
- He has not been studing in this school since 2004.
Has/Have + subject + been + VI (ing) + object?
- Has he been playing since morning?
- Have they been fighting for 2 hours?
- Has she been cooking food for 2 hours?
Has/ Have + subject + not + been + VI (ing) + object?
- Has he not been playing since morning?
- Have they not been fighting for 2 hours?
- Has she not been cooking food for 2 hours?
Interrogative with “Wh-word”
Wh-word + has/have + subject + been + VI (ing) + object?
- What has she been doing since last Monday?
- Where have they been playing for 3 hours?
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