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English is heart of the world. Few words with you (Part 2( h) Asking questions in present perfect continuous)

 Have a good knowledge with strong desire.

 Have a good knowledge with strong desire

By Ravikaranam
  Today we are going to see last one in Present perfect continuous. How to frame the questions? If you understand, you will win. Today I complete this part.
You take notes properly.Share your ideas with your friends. Try to take classes for kids if possible. Because once you teach, you will confirm. Take a chance.
Without knowledge, there is no one to open the door. Have a good knowledge with strong desire. Come to see;
There are two helping verbs in present perfect continuous.
Have been — I,We,You,You,They.
has been — He,She,It.
Positive : Have been – Has been.
Negative : Haven’t been – Hasn’t been.
Formula: Helping verbs + sub + verb(1) + ing+ object
Have I been dancing in competition?
Yes, I have been dancing in competition.
Haven’t I been dancing in competition?
No, I haven’t been dancing in competition.
Have I been washing car?
Yes, you have been washing car.
Haven’t I been washing car?
No, you haven’t been washing car.
Have we been collecting books?
Yes,we have been collecting books
Haven’t we been collecting books?
No, we haven’t been collecting books.
Have we been going to Karwar?
Yes,we have been going to Karwar.
Haven’t we been going to Karwar?
No,we haven’t been going to Karwar.
Have you been asking question ?
Yes , I have been asking question
Haven’t you been asking question ?
No, I haven’t been asking question .
Have you been bringing vegetables ?
Yes, we have been bringing vegetables
Haven’t you been  bringing  vegetables?
No, we haven’t been bringing  vegetables .
Have they been coming to function ?
Yes, they have been coming to function
Haven’t they been coming to function ?
No, they haven’t been coming to function.
Have they been climbing the mountain?
Yes, they have been climbing the mountain.
Haven’t they been climbing the mountain.
No, they haven’t been climbing the mountain.
Has he been writing his  notes ?
Yes, he has been writing his notes.
Hasn’t he been writing  his notes ?No, he hasn’t been writing  his notes .
Has he been reading magazine ?
Yes, he has been reading magazine.
Hasn’t he been reading magazine ?
No, he hasn’t been reading magazine.
Has she been preparing meals ?
Yes, she has been preparing meals.
Hasn’t she been preparing meals ?
No, she  hasn’t been preparing  meals.
Has she been scolding him?
Yes, she has been scolding him.
Hasn’t she been scolding him?
No, she  hasn’t been scolding him.
Has it been working quickly?
Yes, it has been working quickly.
Hasn’t it been working quickly ? No, it hasn’t been working  quickly .
Has it been calling you?
Yes, it has been calling me.
Hasn’t it been calling me ?
No, it hasn’t been calling me.
Base Form Past Simple (V2) Past Participle (V3)
arise arose arisen
awake awoke awoken
bear bore born
beat beat beaten
become became become
begin began  begun
bend  bent  bent
bet  bet  bet
bind bound  bound
bite bit bitten
bleed bled bled
blow blew blown
break broke broken
breed bred bred
bring  brought brought
build built  built
burn burnt burnt
burn burned burned
burst  burst burst
buy bought bought
can could …
catch caught caught
choose  chose chosen
cling clung clung
come came come
cost  cost  cost
creep crept  crept
cut  cut  cut
deal  dealt dealt
dig  dug dug
do did  done
draw drew drawn
dream dreamt dreamt
dream dreamed dreamed
drink drank drunk
drive drove driven
eat  ate  eaten
fall  fell fallen
feed fed fed
feel felt  felt
fight fought fought
find found found
fly flew  flown
forbid forbade forbidden
forget forgot forgotten
forgive forgave forgiven
freeze  froze  frozen
get  got got
give  gave given
go went gone
grind  ground ground
grow  grew grown
hang  hung hung
have had had
hear heard heard
hide  hid  hidden
hit hit hit
hold held held
hurt  hurt hurt
keep kept kept
kneel  knelt  knelt
know knew  known
lay laid laid
lead  led  led
learn learnt learnt
learn learned learned
leave  left left
lend  lent lent
lie  lied lied
lose  lost lost
make made made
may might …
mean meant  meant
meet met met
overtake overtook overtaken
pay paid paid
put  put put
read read read
ride rode ridden
ring rang rung
rise rose risen
run ran run
saw sawed sawn/sawed
say said  said
see saw  seen
sell sold  sold
send sent sent
set set set
sew  sewed  sewn/sewed
shake shook shaken
shall should should
shed shed shed
shine  shone shone
shoot shot shot
show  showed  shown
shrink shrank shrunk
shut  shut  shut
sing  sang sung
sink sank sunk
sit sat sat
sleep  slept  slept
slide slid slid
smell  smelt smelt
sow  sowed  sown/sowed
speak spoke spoken
spell spelt/spelled spelt/spelled
spend  spent spent
spill spilt/spilled spilt/spilled
spit spat  spat
stand stood stood
steal stole stolen
stick stuck  stuck
sting stung stung
stink stank  stunk
strike  struck struck
swear swore sworn
sweep swept swept
swim swam swum
swing swung swung
take  took taken
teach taught  taught
tear tore torn
tell told told
think thought thought
throw threw thrown
understand understood understood
wake  woke woken
wear wore worn
weep wept wept
will would …
win won won
wind wound wound
write wrote written

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