Present Perfect Continuous Tense Question Form Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. With what a sadness have I been reading! (with what a sadness/I/read)
  • 2. Have you been kissing that pretty Mademoiselle again and trying to make her as bad as her mother? (you/kiss)
  • 3. But now, to turn to other matters, how have you been getting on this last year? (how/you/get on)
  • 4. Have you been thinking at all over that matter again, I mean about getting your uncle to forego his guardianship? (you/think)
  • 5. lessons in my absence? (you/take)
  • 6. to him for his statue? (your sister/not/sit)
  • 7. the river all day, gentlemen? (you/drag)
  • 8. of me again like he used to? (he/speak)
  • 9. My dear girl, you that no man could be more above-board, more straightforward? (I/not/show)
  • 10. And at the register to what they've been saying? (you/listen)
  • 11. Or tricks upon us, the naughty lady, defrauding us of a verse? (she/play)
  • 12. over until our brains are weak? (what/we/speculate)
  • 13. Is it really true, Vilcaroya, or some wild dream, like that Frankenstein story that I was telling you the other day? (we all/only/dream)
  • 14. him, and was he gracious to you? (you/visit)
  • 15. Ah, captain, yourself? (where/you/keep)
  • 16. We have both travelled far since then; but whither ? (you/travel)
  • 17. Oh fie, Sir George, already? (you/hunt)
  • 18. And you to do to keep them all? (what/we/ask)
  • 19. himself up like that for? (what/he/get)
  • 20. with her, and she a girl with a fortune of ten pounds? (you/fall out)