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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59576: Present Perfect Continuous
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    Present Perfect Continuous

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    English exercise "Present Perfect Continuous" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. He (cry) irritatingly for the past thirty minutes.

    2. I (work) in this institution since 2005.

    3. We (wait) for him for hours and it is really mean of him not to turn up.

    4. She (cook) for us all this time and I must say she is a fantastic cook.

    5. He (bother) us since this morning and we are cheesed off with him.

    6. The phone (ring) for the past five minutes without anyone picking it up.

    7. He (talk) for two hours. Wow! He's really full of energy!.

    8. You (jump) about like this for quite some time. Have you gone crazy or what?

    9. I (ridicule) him for hours but I can't succeed in making him angry.

    10. He (belittle) people all his life and today has no real friends to speak of.

    11. The boy (study) for five hours!

    12. It (rain) since morning.

    13. He (suffer) from typhoid for the past five days.

    14. I (read) this book since January but I haven't been able to finish it.

    15. He (work) in this school as a teacher since 2000.

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