Perfect Progressive Verbs - Solved Examples


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Q 1 − Prerna ____ winning this championship for last 2 years.

A - Has

B - Has been

C - Have

D - Have been

Answer - B

Explanation

The structure "has/have been" is used with actions that have started in the past and are still continuing in the present. These sentences use "have been + <verb+ing>" for "I, we, you, they" and related nouns. These sentences use "has been + <verb+ing> for "he, she, it" and related nouns.


Q 2 − I ____ living here since the last 10 years.

A - Has

B - Have

C - Has been

D - Have been

Answer - B

Explanation

The structure "has/have been" is used with actions that have started in the past and are still continuing in the present. These sentences use "have been + <verb+ing>" for "I, we, you, they" and related nouns. These sentences use "has been + <verb+ing> for "he, she, it" and related nouns.


Q 3 − Shilpa has been ____ for two hours.

A - Study

B - Studies

C - Studied

D - Studying

Answer - D

Explanation

The verb used in "has/have/had been" structure is always used with "ing" as the action is supposed to be continuing.


Q 4 − It has been ____ since Monday

A - Rain

B - Rainy

C - Raining

D - Rained

Answer - C

Explanation

The verb used in "has/have/had been" structure is always used with "ing" as the action is supposed to be continuing.


Q 5 − I ____ been cooking since 1 p.m.

A - Has

B - Have

C - Having

D - Hasing

Answer - B

Explanation

The structure "has/have been" is used with actions that have started in the past and are still continuing in the present. These sentences use "have been + <verb+ing>" for "I, we, you, they" and related nouns. These sentences use "has been + <verb+ing> for "he, she, it" and related nouns.


Q 6 − Mohan ____ been attending the class.

A - Has not

B - Have not

C - Not have

D - Not has

Answer - A

Explanation

The structure "has/have been" is used with actions that have started in the past and are still continuing in the present. These sentences use "have been + <verb+ing>" for "I, we, you, they" and related nouns. These sentences use "has been + <verb+ing> for "he, she, it" and related nouns.


Q 7 − ____ they been playing?

A - Has

B - Have

C - Has been

D - Have been

Answer - B

Explanation

The structure "has/have been" is used with actions that have started in the past and are still continuing in the present. These sentences use "have been + <verb+ing>" for "I, we, you, they" and related nouns. These sentences use "has been + <verb+ing> for "he, she, it" and related nouns.


Q 8 − ____ Radha been sleeping?

A - Has

B - Have

C - Is

D - Does

Answer - A

Explanation

The structure "has/have been" is used with actions that have started in the past and are still continuing in the present. These sentences use "have been + <verb+ing>" for "I, we, you, they" and related nouns. These sentences use "has been + <verb+ing> for "he, she, it" and related nouns.


Q 9 − You have not been ____ enough food for the last few days.

A - Eat

B - Ate

C - Eating

D - Eaten

Answer - C

Explanation

The structure "has/have been" is used with actions that have started in the past and are still continuing in the present. These sentences use "have been + <verb+ing>" for "I, we, you, they" and related nouns. These sentences use "has been + <verb+ing> for "he, she, it" and related nouns.


Q 10 − It has been ____.

A - Snow

B - Snows

C - Snowed

D - Snowing

Answer - D

Explanation

The verb used in "has/have/had been" structure is always used with "ing" as the action is supposed to be continuing.



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