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6. At three oclock tomorrow, I_will be working (work) in my office.

7. Tonight they will be talking (talk), _dancing_ (dance) and _ (have) a good time. 8. It (rain) tonight.

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FUTURE CONTINUOUS

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

Make the future continuous:

1. He will be waiting (wait) for quite some time. 2. Tomorrow at this time I will be dancing (dance) at a party. 3. Next week at this time I will be sunbathing (sunbathe) at the beach. 4. At 5 o'clock you will be helping (help) your brother. 5. This evening at 8 o'clock, she will be watching (watch) a movie with her friends.

6. At three oclock tomorrow, I_will be working (work) in my office.

7. Tonight they will be talking (talk), _dancing_ (dance) and _having_ (have) a good time. 8. It (rain) tonight.

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FUTURE CONTINUOUS

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

Make the future continuous:

1. He will be waiting (wait) for quite some time. 2. Tomorrow at this time I will be dancing (dance) at a party. 3. Next week at this time I will be sunbathing (sunbathe) at the beach. 4. At 5 o'clock you will be helping (help) your brother. 5. This evening at 8 o'clock, she will be watching (watch) a movie with her friends.

6. At three oclock tomorrow, I_will be working (work) in my office.

7. Tonight they will be talking (talk), _dancing_ (dance) and _having_ (have) a good time. 8. It will be raining (rain) tonight.

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Present perfect VERB continuous

Present perfect VERB continuous

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

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PERFECT VERB CONTINUOUS

PERFECT VERB CONTINUOUS

PRESENT PERFECT VERB CONTINUOUS

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PERFECT VERB CONTINUOUS

PERFECT VERB CONTINUOUS

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

HAS BEEN with the personal pronouns , he, she or it (or the singular forms of nouns.)

HAVE BEEN with the personal pronouns I, you, we, they (or the plural form of nouns.)

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Uses of present perfect continuous

Uses of present perfect continuous

JAMES HAS BEEN TEACHING AT THE UNIVERSITY SINCE JUNE.

1. DURATION FROM THE PAST UNTIL NOW

We use the Present Perfect Continuous to show that something started in the past and has continued up until now. For five years, for two weeks and since Tuesday are all durations which can be used with the Present Perfect Continous.

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What have you been doing for the last 30 minutes?

What have you been doing for the last 30 minutes?

She has been working at that company for 3 years?

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