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Present Perfect Continuous Tense Urdu – Sentences|Formula

In today lesson, I will be discussing the present perfect continuous tense. You can read It in Urdu language and I have added a video lesson to the end of this post so that you can understand it much better.

 

Present Perfect Continuous Tense – Definition

 

In this tense, we learn about a longer action that starts from either a point of time or period of time and it continues in Preset. We use time phrases to show when an action began. In this tense, an action begins from past and continuous in present. Let’s learn how to make an affirmative, interrogative and negative sentence in this tense.

 

use of since and for in present perfect continuous tense in urdu
Definition of Present Perfect Continuous Tense
affirmative negative and interrogative sentences in present perfect continuous tense in urdu
Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative Sentences in Present Perfect Continuous Tense
more examples of present perfect continuous tense in urdu
More Examples of Present Perfect Continuous Tense

 

Present Perfect Continuous Tense – Rules

 

Verb and Helping Verb for this Tense

 

We use present participle form of the verb and “have been” or “has been” (according to Subject of the sentence) for this tense.

If the subject of a sentence is a singular noun or “He”, “She”, “It”, we always use “has been” after the subject. If the subject of the sentence is a plural noun or “You”, “We”, “They”, or “I”, we always use “have been” as a helping verb.

 

 

Rules of use of “for” or “since”

 

“for” is a preposition of time that shows a period of time and “since” is also a preposition of time that shows a point of time. Most of the students make mistake while using them. The following phrases help you remember the use of them and help you make sentences in this tense.

 

 

Since Phrases

 

Since morning, since evening, since afternoon, since childhood, since 2 o’clock, since 2015, since my birth, since Friday, since November etc.

 

 

For Phrases

 

For two hours, for one month, for two days, for two minutes, for three weeks, for five years, for a second, for a moment etc.

 

Present Perfect Continuous Tense – Sentences

 

we often make three type of sentences as; affirmative, negative and interrogative. let’s learn them one by one.

 

1- Affirmative Sentences

 

Formula = Sub + have/Has been + verb + object + .

Examples

  • Ahmed has been playing football for two hours.
  • I have been recording a video since morning.
  • They have been chatting for three hours.
  • She has been working in this bank since 2015.

 

 

2- Negative Sentences

 

Formula = Sub + have/has + not + been + verb + object + .

Examples

  • Ahmed has not been playing football for two hours.
  • I have not been recording a video since morning.
  • They have not been chatting together for three hours.
  • She has not been working in this bank since 2015.

 

 

3- Interrogative Sentences

 

Formula = Have/Has + Sub + been + verb + object +?

Examples

  • Has Ahmed been playing football for two hours?
  • Have I been recording a video since morning?
  • Have they been chatting together for three hours?
  • Has she been working in the bank since 2015?

 

Present Perfect Continuous Tense – Examples

 

50 Unique and essential sentences that help students learn much better.

  1. I have been waiting for you since morning.
  2. Children have been making a noise for three hours.
  3. The mechanic has been fixing the TV since evening.
  4. They have been watching this movie for half an hour.
  5. Ahmed has been sitting in this chair for an hour.
  6. I have not been waiting for you since morning.
  7. Children not have been making a noise for three hours.
  8. The mechanic has not been fixing the TV since evening.
  9. They have been not watching this movie for half an hour.
  10. Ahmed has not been sitting in this chair for an hour.
  11. Have I been waiting for you since morning?
  12. Have children been making a noise for three hours?
  13. Has the mechanic been fixing the TV since Evening?
  14. Have they been watching the movies for half an hour?
  15. Has Ahmed been sitting in the chair for an hour?
  16. Nadia has been talking on the phone for ten minutes.
  17. Father has been reading the newspaper for an hour.
  18. This machine has been running since morning.
  19. The teacher has been teaching math to his pupils for half an hour.
  20. Kids have been teasing the money for ten minutes.
  21. Nadia has not been talking on the phone for ten minutes.
  22. Father has not been reading the newspaper for an hour.
  23. This machine has not been running since morning.
  24. The teacher has not been teaching math to his pupils for half an hour.
  25. Kids have not been teasing the money for ten minutes.
  26. Has Nadia been talking on the phone for ten minutes?
  27. Has father been reading the newspaper for an hour?
  28. Has this machine been running since morning?
  29. Has the teacher been teaching math to his pupils for half an hour?
  30. Have kids been teasing the monkey for ten minutes?
  31. Abdul Razzaq has been washing his car since morning.
  32. His brother has been working abroad since 2014.
  33. The barber has been cutting his hair for half an hour.
  34. Someone has been ringing the doorbell for long.
  35. I have been looking for the address for two hours.
  36. Abdul Razzaq has not been washing his car since morning.
  37. His brother has not been working abroad since 2014.
  38. The barber has not been cutting his hair for half an hour.
  39. Someone has not been ringing the doorbell for long.
  40. I have not been looking for the address for two hours.
  41. Has Abdul Raziq been washing his car since morning?
  42. Has his brother been working abroad since 2014?
  43. Has the barber been cutting his hair for half an hour?
  44. Have I been looking for the address for two hours?
  45. The bricklayer has been building the wall since evening.
  46. The cobbler has been fixing the shoe for five minutes.
  47. Grandmother has been netting a sweater for three months.
  48. He has been reciting the Holy Quran Since early in the morning.
  49. I have been thinking about an idea since morning.
  50. Has bricklayer been building the wall since evening?

 

For much understand, watch video lesson in Urdu of Present perfect continuous tense. I believe it will help you understand much better.

I hope you like our today’s lesson of present perfect continuous tense in Urdu/Hindi language. You may watch the same lesson on Dailymotion click here

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Sajid Hussain is an online English teacher. He has been teaching English through Urdu/Hindi for 5 years.

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