present perfect continuous Worksheets

A set of 5 Present Perfect Continuous Worksheets to help teach and revise Present perfect Continuous tense for grade 6 students. Tenses can be really difficult for students to learn and these grade 6 worksheets are a great way to consolidate this information with progressive questions and instructions.

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What is the Present Perfect Continuous Tense?

Explanation present perfect continuous.

We use Present Perfect Continuous tense to talk about and describe actions that began in the past but are still the happening in the present or right now. For example we have been swimming since this morning, we have been working all day etc.

Other Tense Resources and Worksheets.

On the site we have a large selection of teaching and learning articles that cover past tense and other tenses in English. We also have hard resources, activities and games to help both students and teachers learn and teach English Tenses. You can check out the links below for more information.

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