Present Perfect Continuous Tense urdu

Present Perfect Continuous Tense urdu

Present Perfect Continuous Tense urdu

Present Perfect Continuous Tense urdu
Present Perfect Continuous Tense urdu

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  1. He has been writing for two hours.

  2. The boys have been making a noise for an hour.

  3. I have been doing sums since morning.

  4. We have been listening to the news for five minutes.

  5. Akbar has been learning tables for several hours.

  6. You have been sharpening knife for five minutes.

  7. The engineers have been making bridge for two months.

  8. All the Muslims have been fasting since first Ramzan.

  9. All the people have been embracing one another for an hour.

  10. The patient has been crying for ten minutes.

  11. It has not been raining in Lahore since yesterday.

  12. We have not been believing in rumours since April.

  13. The ox has not been eating fodder for two days.

  14. Huma has not been reading well for many days.

  15. You have not been coming to school since Sunday.

  16. Have the people been joining in procession since 5 O'clock?

  17. Has it been raining since evening?

  18. Has the crowd been raising slogans since noon?

  19. In which factory has my brother been working since 11th instant?

  20. Has she been knocking at the door for ten minutes?

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Grammar Contents

Lesson: 1 What is Noun
Lesson: 2 What is pronoun
Lesson: 3 Article
Lesson: 4 Use of These, Those, This, That
Lesson: 5 Use of There
Lesson: 6 Use of It
Lesson: 7 Use of is, am, are
Lesson: 8 Use of Was / Were
Lesson: 9 Use of Has / Have / Had
Lesson: 10 Present Indefinite Tense
Lesson: 11 Present Continuous Tense
Lesson: 12 Present Perfect Tense
Lesson: 13 Present Perfect Continuous
Lesson: 14 Past Indefinite Tense
Lesson: 15 Past Continuous Tense
Lesson: 16 Past Perfect Tense
Lesson: 17 Past Perfect Continuous Tense
Lesson: 18 Future indefinite tense
Lesson: 19 Future continuous Tense
Lesson: 20 Future Perfect Tense
Lesson: 21 Future Perfect Continuous Tense
Lesson: 22 Active Voice Passive Voice 1
Lesson: 23 Active Voice Passive Voice 2
Lesson: 24 Active Voice Passive Voice 3
Lesson: 25 Use of Can
Lesson: 26 Use of Could
Lesson: 27 Use of May
Lesson: 28 Use of Might
Lesson: 29 Use of Would
Lesson: 30 Use of Should
Lesson: 31 Use of Must
Lesson: 32 Use of Let
Lesson: 33 Use of a / an
Lesson: 34 Use of The
Lesson: 35 Use of have to
Lesson: 36 Use of Of
Lesson: 37 Use of Off
Lesson: 38 Use of Infinitive / To


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