Present Perfect Continuous Tense Negative Form Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. But we know historically, that for at least twenty centuries the sea has been toiling in these modern caves; and who shall dare affirm that it hasn't been toiling in them for at least ten centuries more? (toil)
  • 2. I haven't been sleeping very well for a few nights. (sleep)
  • 3. Clellan is feeling that he hasn't been arranging everything. (arrange)
  • 4. You haven't been playing it on me, I hope? (play)
  • 5. Matters his way lately. (go)
  • 6. Lady Parham has patronized or snubbed me ever since I married-when she my best friends against me. (set)
  • 7. The Sparrow and the old man fell for the sick-mother, needing-her-son-all-night stuff without batting a lid; but the Sparrow the old lady's hand at the bedside yet. (hold)
  • 8. You them in from the top? (push)
  • 9. That Myers is a police emissary there can no longer be any reasonable doubt, and the death of his brother is clear proof that he his time lately. (waste)
  • 10. The rascal his eye over young women all these years without being able to tell them in a moment, even in navvy's clothes. (run)
  • 11. I of the evening. (think)
  • 12. I am afraid Alda nicely. (behave)
  • 13. I hope Miss Rutherford them on her own, under the impression that they're German spies. (hunt)
  • 14. The world still; experience of man and life has increased; questions have multiplied on questions, while the answers of the established teachers to them have been growing every day more and more incredible. (stand)
  • 15. I do hope that Ljot to that fellow. (talk)
  • 16. Saxham at the printed words because they have struck him to the heart with their intelligence, but-or so it seems to him-because they convey nothing. (stare)
  • 17. You long, I judge. (wait)
  • 18. I do hope you your cigars, because smoking is allowed all over the house. (throw away)
  • 19. I hope he poison in your ear, Miss Honeywood; he looks rather guilty. (pour)
  • 20. We the least notice of you, have we? (take)


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