Present Perfect Continuous tense in Urdu sentences exercise is given here in which you will learn the use of ‘has been’ and ‘have been’ also the use of ‘since’ and ‘for’. Present Perfect Continuous tense is the last condition of present tense. This is a combination of present perfect and present continuous tense but in this tense the use of exact date and time has also been mentioned in sentence. Might you have noticed that the use of Have and Has comes rapidly in daily English writing, speaking and most of us are mostly un-aware how to perfectly and when we should merge has and have in our sentence. So, I suggest you to read this entire post and make your preparation well so that you could be store this important tense in your mind for a long time. Alongside, there are negative and interrogative sentence are also being used. Here you will learn all of these conditions in Urdu and English exercise. Keep reading below for getting details about Present perfect continuous tense.
Present Perfect Continuous Tense In Urdu Sentences Exercise
Identification of Present Perfect Continuous Tense is that in this tense we use Has and Have. We use this tense when we told or ask about any work going on since a period of time.
Use of Has Been
We use has been with He, She, It, and Singular name
Use of Have Been
We use have been with I, We, They You and Plural name
Well in this tense the 1st form of verb with ing is used and since and for we use for presenting time period.
In case of negative sentence we use ‘not’ between has and have for example “It has not been raining since evening”
In case of interrogative sentence we use Has and Have in the start of sentence and the other sentence remains same either for negative or simple sentence. For Example “Has Aslam been playing Cricket since 4.O, clock”.
Use of Since / For
We use since, when we have point of time for example ‘since evening’, ‘since morning’, since 12.O, Clock or since 1998 etc
While we use ‘For’ when we have period of time in our sentence such as “For 5 Minute”, For 2 hours”, for many Years”, etc.
So, this is all about Present Perfect Continuous tense in Urdu sentences exercise and we hope that you are now fully learned the Present Perfect Continuous tense and able to make your own sentence. So send your confusion in our comment box below for getting queries about Present perfect continuous tense.