Present Perfect Continuous Tense Exercises - Quiz 1

  • 1. I hope you haven't been getting into any more mischief. (not/get into)
  • 2. And what have we been asking you to do to keep them all? (what/we/ask/?)
  • 3. He has been fighting me for years. (fight)
  • 4. I everywhere for you. (look)
  • 5. Where they are standing now, I stood fifteen years ago, and I need not tell you that I still for the last fifteen years. (not/stand)
  • 6. My experiences in another profession in incident, often of a curious and romantic kind, and sometimes almost startling. (not/want)
  • 7. I fancy suitors . (not/lack)
  • 8. I hope he into broken English the eloquence of his face. (not/translate)
  • 9. You them in from the top? (not/push)
  • 10. You abroad long enough to distinguish at a glance. (not/travel)
  • 11. I hope you about with him. (not/walk)
  • 12. I about him for a year. (read)
  • 13. I of religion. (think)
  • 14. I it over. (think)
  • 15. I on my wife. (live)
  • 16. You him often enough. (call)
  • 17. You needn't be frightened-I around. (not/spy)
  • 18. I you some information. (give)
  • 19. I for this happy day. (wait)
  • 20. The rascal his eye over young women all these years without being able to spot them in a moment, even in navvy's clothes. (not/run)

Online Mixed Present Perfect Progressive Tense (have/has been -ing) Activities

466 present perfect continuous exercises in 23 tests. Practice present perfect continuous tense online, complete the sentences using correct forms, check your answers interactively. Improve your English grammar with the ESL activities about mixed present perfect progressive tense (have/has been -ing). The first present perfect continuous tests are easier and suitable for kids, beginner (A1), elementary (A2) and pre-intermediate (B1) learners.