Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Know more at Grammarcollege.com - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

Loading...

PPT – Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Know more at Grammarcollege.com PowerPoint presentation | free to download - id: 8915d4-MGIxY



Loading


The Adobe Flash plugin is needed to view this content

Get the plugin now

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Know more at Grammarcollege.com

Description:

Gain a complete knowledge and information about Present Perfect Continuous Tense at Grammarcollege.com. It is the online study portal which designed for basic learners with great content. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:35

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Know more at Grammarcollege.com


1
Present Perfect Continuous Tense in
_at_
2
Why Grammarcollege.com ?
Complete online tutorial point that serves you
well described English grammar content. Efficient
to learn and grabe advanced reading and writing
skills. No charge applied for online test, quiz
and availbale exercises.
3
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE
The Present Perfect Continuous tense is that
tense of the verb which is used when the verb has
partially occurred or shows partial execution and
continuity at the same time in which the
statement is being made Ex The union has been me
eting these days. She has been performing t
o her potential.
Source http//grammarcollege.com/present-perfect-
continuous-tense/
4
NOTES
The Perfect Continuous Tense is the combination
of both perfect and continuous tense. In the
active form, the Continuous form (Present
Participle form) of the verb is joined with the
Past Participle form of be (been). In the passive
form, the Past participle form of the verb is
joined with the Present participle form of be
(being). Hence, the verb, by definition shows
both completion and continuity.
Source http//grammarcollege.com/present-perfect-
continuous-tense/
5
Topics Covered _at_ Grammarcollege.com
1) Present Perfect Continous Tense Definition
and Concept 2) Subject Verb Agreement (NOUN-VERB A
GREEMENT) 3) Auxiliaries Modals Present perfec
t Continous Tense 4) Present Perfect Continous Ten
se IN PASSIVE VOICE 5) Interogative Sentences In P
resent Perfect Continous Tense 6) Negative Sentenc
es in the Present Perfect Continous Tense
6
Thank You!
7
(No Transcript)
About PowerShow.com