Present Perfect Continuous Tense Negative Form Exercises - Test 1

Completion count: 18

  • 1. But I haven't been hanging there all this time. (hang)
  • 2. I haven't been riding much lately. (ride)
  • 3. No … I haven't been waiting. (wait)
  • 4. We a good or wise life of late. (live)
  • 5. I well, and am not particularly pleased with myself. (behave)
  • 6. Yet you say we . (steal)
  • 7. I any millinery. (buy)
  • 8. We hope the writer about it for long. (bother)
  • 9. I hope you any more mischief. (get into)
  • 10. It's the cold weather, and the show so well lately. (pay)
  • 11. I hope you yourself away. (give)
  • 12. Where they are standing now, I stood fifteen years ago, and I need not tell you that I still for the last fifteen years. (stand)
  • 13. My experiences in another profession in incident, often of a curious and romantic kind, and sometimes almost startling. (want)
  • 14. You abroad long enough to distinguish at a glance. (travel)
  • 15. You them in from the top? (push)
  • 16. Ralph, you are getting morbid-and you all day. (shoot)
  • 17. You her for so long, and loving and caring for her as none knows better how to do, without feeling as if she was a bit like a child of your own. (nurse)
  • 18. Things very well with me lately. (go)
  • 19. All of them perfect, however, which shows that he among the rocks very much, but has been feeding in low country for quite a while. (dig)
  • 20. Why, there hasn't been a minute that I for my chance. (look)

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