Present Perfect Continuous Tense Question Form Exercises - Test 1

Completion count: 43

  • 1. Have I been thinking about it all this time? (I/think)
  • 2. Have I again been dancing alone in public? (I/again/dance)
  • 3. What has he been talking about? (what/he/talk)
  • 4. , then? (to whom/we/listen)
  • 5. for this many a year in quiet, and don't the dandelions and buttercups look as yellow over me as over the best-looking neighbor I have in the dormitory? (I/not/sleep)
  • 6. And up and down to the stables? (why/you/run)
  • 7. guard over and humoring these two giddy young people before her? (she/not/mount)
  • 8. Now, when you've made me want you- at? (what else/you/aim)
  • 9. you it's an exploded notion that the Suffrage people are all dowdy and dull? (I/not/tell)
  • 10. you about Bob and his grandmother? (what/they/tell)
  • 11. all summer about bad times, and scant wages, and a lack of workmen to work the work? (we/not/complain)
  • 12. all the old songs your Adam made on you? (you/study)
  • 13. Above all, with her? (in what fashion/you/live)
  • 14. your lawyer, or was he to get a percentage on the sum recovered? (you/pay)
  • 15. to him lately? (you/read)
  • 16. a surreptitious penny novelette? (you/gobble)
  • 17. about here a week for four hundred florins? (I/lounge)
  • 18. with any of the members of the council of war? (you/tamper)
  • 19. for me with the supper? (you/really/wait)
  • 20. her into the plan too, as well as me? (the Princess/take)

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