Upper-intermediate grammar exercise: present perfect simple vs. continuous (3)

English grammar practice exercise, upper-intermediate level.

This exercise focuses on the difference between the present perfect simple and present perfect continuous.

Instructions: Each question gives you the choice of using either the present perfect simple or continuous. Choose the best answer in each case.

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Structure of present perfect simple
positive negative question
I / you / we / they
have gone.
I / you / we / they
haven’t gone.
Have
I / you / we / they
gone?
he / she / it
has gone.
he / she / it
hasn’t gone.
Has
he / she / it
gone?
Structure of present perfect continuous
positive negative question
I / you / we / they
have been working
I / you / we / they
haven’t been working
Have
I / you / we / they
been working?
he / she / it
has been working
he / she / it
hasn’t been working
Has
he / she / it
been working?

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