Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Question Form




Present Perfect Continuous Tense in Question Form :

  1. Has he been authoring five books?
  2. Has he been buying oranges in dozens?
  3. Has he been charging a battery?
  4. Has he been driving his car to his office?
  5. Has he been facing a problem?
  6. Has he been giving me an apple?
  7. Has he been killing a lion in the forest?
  8. Has he been making a doll?
  9. Has he been managing his office?
  10. Has he been murdering his father?
  11. Has he been reading a poem?
  12. Has he been reading a story?
  13. Has he been signing the cheque?
  14. Has he been simplifying the problem?
  15. Has he been smoking a cigarette?
  16. Have I been manufacturing tyre?
  17. Have I been reading a novel of RKL?
  18. Have I been seeing a bird?
  19. Have I been seeing a television made in Japan?
  20. Have I been seeing a mango in the tree?
  21. Have I been sending him to school?
  22. Have I been typewriting a letter?
  23. Have I been writing a story?
  24. Have I been writing a poem?
  25. Has it been treating a problem?
  26. Has Makka been reading a document?
  27. Has Malar been coloring a picture?
  28. Has Mallika been teaching English to the slum children?
  29. Has Mani been giving me a notebook?
  30. Has Radha been walking the distance?
  31. Has Ravi been speaking the truth?
  32. Has she been borrowing money?
  33. Has she been drawing a picture?
  34. Has she been drawing my picture?
  35. Has she been making cake?
  36. Has she been marrying our daughter?
  37. Has she been playing chess?
  38. Has she been playing tennis?
  39. Has she been preparing dinner?
  40. Has she been purchasing a house?
  41. Has she been ruling Indonesia?
  42. Has she been sailing by boat?
  43. Has she been singing a song?
  44. Has she been spoiling the child?
  45. Has she been storing grains?
  46. Has she summoning him?
  47. Has she been throwing the ball?
  48. Has the judge been summoning him?
  49. Have they been borrowing money?
  50. Have they been drawing a picture?
  51. Have they been drawing a layout for our house?
  52. Have they been making cake?
  53. Have they been marrying our daughter?
  54. Have they been preparing dinner?
  55. Have they been purchasing a house?
  56. Have they been ruling Indonesia?
  57. Have they been sailing by boat?
  58. Have they been shifting me?
  59. Have they been slipping a currency-note?
  60. Have they been submitting their report?
  61. Have they been switching on the light?
  62. Have they been taxing me Rs. 10000?
  63. Have they been threatening me?
  64. Have they been transporting things?
  65. Have we been authoring five books?
  66. Have we been borrowing money?
  67. Have we been buying orange?
  68. Have we been charging a battery?
  69. Have we been driving his car?
  70. Have we been facing a problem?
  71. Have we been giving me an apple?
  72. Have we been killing a lion?
  73. Have we been looking at the notice?
  74. Have we been looking at the notice?
  75. Have we been making a doll?
  76. Have we been making cake?
  77. Have we been managing his office?
  78. Have we been marrying our daughter?
  79. Have we been murdering his father?
  80. Have we been purchasing a house?
  81. Have we been signing the cheque?
  82. Have we been simplifying the problem?
  83. Have we been slipping a currency-note?
  84. Have we been smoking a cigarette?
  85. Have we been starting the work?
  86. Have we been starting our project?
  87. Have we been switching on the light?
  88. Have we been transporting things?
  89. Have you been listening to the music?
  90. Have you been sending me an email?
  91. Have you been singing a song?
  92. Have you been spoiling the child?
  93. Have you been storing grains?
  94. Have you been telling a lie?
  95. Have you been throwing the ball?
  96. Have you been transporting this chair to our office?
  97. Have you been watching a movie?
  98. Have you been watching television?
  99. Have you been watching a tennis game?
  100. Have you been spending time for studies?



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