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HAS BEEN HAVE BEEN HAD BEEN
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1HAS BEEN HAVE BEEN HAD BEEN - Learn English
Present Perfect: He has taken: It has been taken. Past perfect: He had taken: It had been taken. Future: He will take: It will be taken. Future perfect: He will have .
2Passive voice-English - Learn English
Present Perfect: He has taken: It has been taken. Past perfect: He had taken: It had been taken. Future: He will take: It will be taken. Future perfect: He will have ...
3Continuous + Perfect-English - Learn English
it can refer to an action that has not finished. I have been learning Chinese for ten years and I still can't speak very well. - to show a series of actions ... By the time Ela left Poland she had been living here for 2O years. Future Perfect Continuous.
4Active and Passive Voice-English - Learn English
An apple would have been eaten by me. When there is ... Jack and Jill had done the work. The work . 3. ... The maid has cleaned the rooms. The rooms . 7.
5Being or been/help - Learn English [Forum]
Have been. You have been very nice to all of us. She has been crying for three hours. She had been cooking the pasta for an hour when I ...
6Direct and indirect speech-English - Learn English
present perfect, 'You have bought a dress.' =>, past perfect, He said she had bought a dress. present perf. cont. 'I've been working all day.' =>, past perf. cont.
7Have been or have gone-English - Learn English
She has been to Florida = She went to Florida and now she has returned. English exercise ... End of the free exercise to learn English: Have been or have gone
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8The passive form - English
A house has been built by Peter. Past Perfect, Peter had built a house. A house had been built by Peter. ... We have lost our keys. ? active, passive. 6. You might ...