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Look at these conversations and put in the correct form of the verb.
Use the present perfect continuous or simple.
► Sarah: I feel really tired.
Mark: It’s because you’ve been doing (you / do) too much.
Sarah: Well, at least I’ve finished (I / finish) that report now, and I can relax.
1- David: Someone (leave) the ladder outside, look.
Harriet: I expect that’s Mike. (he / clean) the windows. I don’t think (he/ finish) yet.
2- Laura: You’ve got mud on your shoes.
Trevor: It’s all right, I’ll take them off (I / work) in the garden.
Laura: Yes, it looks a lot tidier. Well done (you / do) a good job.
3- Tom: (I / hear) that you and Harriet are building a garage. How long (you / do) that?
Mike: Oh, for about a month now. (we / do) about half of it.
What would you ask in these situations? Use the present perfect continuous or simple.
► Your friend is wearing glasses. You’ve never seen him with glasses on before. Ask him how long …
How long have you been wearing glasses?
► Nick is playing computer games. Ask him how many …
How many computer games have you played?
1- You meet a group of people walking across country. Ask them how many miles …
2- Some workmen are digging up the road outside Sarah’s house. Ask her how long …
3- Laura is taking lots of photos of you and your friends. Ask her how many …
4- You have just woken up from an afternoon sleep and seen that it is raining. Ask your friend how long …
Complete the conversation. Put the verbs in the present perfect continuous or simple.
Laura: What are you doing, Trevor? You’ve been (you / be) in here for ages. You’re making an awful mess.
Trevor: (I / clear) out this cupboard most of the afternoon. There’s a lot of old stuff in here. (I / find) these, look.
Laura: (you / sit) there staring at those old boots for the last five minutes. (I / watch) you. (you / be) in a dream.
Trevor: They’re football boots. (I / have) them since I was about sixteen. (they / be) in here for years.
Laura: Well, throw them away. And what about that tennis racket? Is that yours?
Trevor: No, it must be yours. (I / never / have) a tennis racket.