Present Perfect Continuous Tense Negative Form Exercises - Quiz 1

  • 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)

Online Present Perfect Progressive Tense Negative Form (haven't/hasn't been -ing) Activities

100 present perfect continuous negative exercises in 5 tests. Practice present perfect continuous tense negative form online, complete the sentences using correct forms, check your answers interactively. Improve your English grammar with the ESL activities about present perfect progressive tense negative form (haven't/hasn't been -ing). The first present perfect continuous negative tests are easier and suitable for kids, beginner (A1), elementary (A2) and pre-intermediate (B1) learners.