# Present perfect simple and countinuous.Read the tip. Then Read the sentences. Are they correct or

Present perfect simple and countinuous. Read the tip. Then Read the sentences. Are they correct or incorrect.
Evan can't build the model because he hasn't been understanding
the instructions,
correct or
incorrect
2 I've written two boems this month. They are short but it was a lot of work.
correct or
incorrect
3 Francine has been looking online for a rare comic book that is missing in her collection, but she can't find it anywhere.
correct or
incorrect
4 These hiking shoes smell terrible! It's because I've been walking in the woods all week and wearing them every day.
5. Ok, everyone, the dance class has been finishing. Thank you for coming today.
correct or incorrect
6. Grandpa has been cooking in the kitchen all day. I don't know what it is, but it smells delicious.
correct or incorrect.
7. I've only been talking to my ski instructor twice, but I really like him. I think we're going to be friends.
correct or incorrect.
8. Angela has painted her bedroom again. It's now all black and white. It looks great.
correct or incorrect.​

## This Post Has 10 Comments

1. djub says:

I like your novel and I think it is intriguing. The conflict might be that the person that is smashing the cars is someone very close to you and that you discover that he/she is smashing cars because he/she  is  suffering from a mental illness that needs treatment. You decide to help but you are smashed on the head and I hope this can help.

2. SmolBeanPotato says:

Answer to one is incorrect, two is correct, three is correct, four is correct, five is incorrect, six is correct, seven is correct, and eight is correct

Explanation:

doesn't understand should be in number one and five should be dance class is finished.

3. dixonmckenzie1429 says:

4. goto the mountain

5. jump and deploy your parachute

6. shoot your parachute with the flare gun

7. say goodbye to your family and friends

8. 🙂

#CarryMeToTheD

4. piperswatson2403 says:

1A

2C

3C

4C

Explanation:

Bwainliest plz

come bback

5. mariakelley15 says:

Paragraph 2 is the climax of the whole essay story given as writer is writing about I would sit by myself under a big pine tree in the courtyard, watching the other kids laugh and joke with their cliques at lunch. I tried to figure out which group I could join. There were the cheerleaders, a small group of girls who sat at the table farthest away from me. Next to them were the athletes, a much bigger crowd of boys and girls who played baseball, basketball, and soccer together and had formed strong bonds by being part of a team.So paragraph 2 is the climax of the essay.

6. lovelarissa says:

?

Explanation:

I cant understand that language, sorry.

7. CarleySamuel says:

C,C,C,A

Explanation:

8. miahsmith258 says:

Great story! If you're still continuing on the story, I suggest adding a falling action for the conflict.

9. jaydenromero31 says:

a b d c a c a a c d d d c d a d b a a a a d d b a a c c a a

Explanation:

10. ann6083 says:

1. Evan can't build the model because he hasn't been understanding the instructions. - incorrect

2. I've written two poems this month. They are short but it was a lot of work. - correct

3. Francine has been looking online for a rare comic book that is missing in her collection, but she can't find it anywhere.  - correct

4. These hiking shoes smell terrible! It's because I've been walking in the woods all week and wearing them every day.  - correct

5. Ok, everyone, the dance class has been finishing. Thank you for coming today. - incorrect

6. Grandpa has been cooking in the kitchen all day. I don't know what it is, but it smells delicious. - correct

7. I've only been talking to my ski instructor twice, but I really like him. I think we're going to be friends.  - incorrect

8. Angela has painted her bedroom again. It's now all black and white. It looks great.  - correct

Explanation:

The present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous are tenses we use when we want to talk about past actions or states that are still connected to the present.

The present perfect simple tells us that an action expressed by the verb is still going on or has recently stopped and that it still has an influence on the present. It's built like this: have/has + past participle.

The present perfect continuous tells us that an action started in the past and that it's still continuing in the present. It's built like this: has/have + been + present participle.

You can see more about how these tenses are used in the images below:

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