American English Class - has been/ have been

Rule of has been/ have been in American English Speaking Course


Rule of has been/ have been

1.      I/ You have been or He/ She has been Action (ing) for/since......
2.      I/ You haven't been or He/ She hasn't been Action (ing) for/since......
3.      How long have I/ you been or How long has he/ she been Action (ing)?
4.      How long haven't I/ you been or How long hasn't he/ she been Action (ing)?

Rule of has been/ have been in American English Speaking Course

Example Sentences

Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Affirmative Sentences

  1. I have been living in Mumbai for three years. 
  2. You have been working on computer for two hours.  
  3. He has been using this since last Sunday.
  4.  You have been doing since last Tuesday.        
  5. You have been collecting money for four days.
  6. She has been watching movie for two hours.  
  7. They have been playing for two days.   
  8. We have been doing job here since 2010.       
  9. I have been working in this company since April, 2015.
  10. She has been living here since 1996.
  11. We have been studying at this school since 2008.
  12. I have been listening music for two hours.
  13. We have been waiting for Ravi for 3 hours.
  14. You have been playing cricket for 6 hours.
  15. They have been completing their work since Sunday. 


Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Negative Sentences

  1. I haven't been living in Mumbai for three years.        
  2. You haven't been working on computer for two hours.        
  3. He hasn't been using this since last Sunday.
  4. You haven't been doing since last Tuesday.     
  5. You haven't been collecting money for four days.
  6.  She hasn't been watching movie for two hours.         
  7.  They haven't been playing for two days.         
  8. We haven't been doing job here since 2010.   
  9. I haven't been working in this company since April, 2015.
  10. She hasn't been living here since 1996.
  11. We haven't been studying at this school since 2008.
  12. I haven't been listening music for two hours.
  13. We haven't been waiting for Ravi for 3 hours.
  14. You haven't been playing cricket for 6 hours.
  15. They haven't been completing their work since Sunday.


Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Interrogative Sentences

  1. Have I been living in Mumbai for three years.
  2. Have you been working on computer for two hours.
  3. Has he been using this since last Sunday.
  4. Have you been doing since last Tuesday.         
  5. Have you been collecting money for four days.
  6.  Has she been watching movie for two hours. 
  7.   Have they been playing for two days.   
  8.  Have we been doing job here since 2010.  
  9. Have I been working in this company since April, 2015.
  10. Have we been studying at this school since 2008.
  11. Have I been listening music for two hours.
  12. Have we been waiting for Ravi for 3 hours.
  13. Have you been playing cricket for 6 hours.
  14. Have they been completing their work since Sunday. 

Present Perfect Continuous Tense - "Wh" Questions

  1.  How long have you been watching movie?     
  2. How old mobile have you been using? 
  3. What kind of work have you been doing?
  4.  How long has she been living here since?
  5. How long have we studying at this school?
  6. How long have they been playing cricket? 


Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Interrogative Negative Sentences

  1.  Haven't I been living in Mumbai for three years.       
  2. Haven't you been working on computer for two hours.        
  3. Hasn't he been using this since last Sunday.
  4. Haven't you been doing since last Tuesday.    
  5. Haven't you been collecting money for four days.
  6.  Hasn't she been watching movie for two hours.         
  7.  Haven't they been playing for two days.         
  8. Haven't we been doing job here since 2010.   
  9. Haven't I been working in this company since April, 2015.
  10. Hasn't she been living here since 2006.
  11. Haven't we been studying at this school since 2008.
  12. Haven't I been listening music for two hours.
  13. Haven't we been waiting for Ravi for 3 hours.




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