Present perfect continuous vs. present perfect exercises
Difference in use between the present perfect and the present perfect continuous (present perfect progressive) tenses.
How to choose between the present perfect continuous (present perfect progressive) and the present perfect? The present perfect continuous highlights the process, it says that the action has been going on for some time. The present perfect focuses on the result of the action or tells us how many times the action has happened so far. These exercises will help you feel the difference between the two tenses and always use the right one. We also recommend practising both tenses as individual topics first. You will find the links to the explanation and exercises in the block of related topics.