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Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Interrogative and Interrogative & Negative

Present Perfect Continous Tense - Interrogative And Interrogative & Negative
Type of Sentence Rule
Interrogative Has/Have + Subject + been + Verb (Ist form) + Ing + Object + For/Since + Time + Remaining + (?)
Interrogative & Negative Has/Have + Subject + Not + been + Verb (Ist form) + Ing + Object + For/Since + Time + Remaining + (?)

Present Perfect Continuous Interrogative sentence starts with 'Has/Have' and 'Been' remains just before the verb (first form + 'Ing'). Question Mark (?) is affixed at the end of sentence in place of Full Stop (.). In Interrogative and Negative Sentence, 'Not' is added just before 'Been'. 'Been' and 'verb' remain together.



प्रेज़न्ट पर्फेक्ट कन्टीन्युअस इंटेरोगेटिव वाक्य 'Has/Have' से शुरु होते हैं और 'Been' को 'वर्ब की फर्स्ट फ़ॉर्म +Ing' से पहले लगाते हैं । वाक्य के अंत में फुल स्टाप (.) की जगह प्रश्नवाचक चिन्ह (?) लगाते हैं । इसके प्रश्नवाचक और नकारात्मक वाक्य में 'Not' को 'Been' से पहले लगाते हैं और 'Been' वर्ब के साथ रहता है ।

Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Interrogative क्या हम लम्बे समय से स्कूल आ रहे हैं?
Person Has/Have Subject Been + Verb(Ist Form) + Ing + Object Since / For Time + Remaining
Ist person Have I been coming to school for a long time?
Ist Person -Plural Have we been coming to school for a long time?
2nd Person Have you been coming to school since last Monday?
3rd Person -Singular Has he/she/it/Ram been coming to school since last Monday?
3rd Person -Plural Have they/boys been coming to school since last Monday?

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Present Perfect Continuous Tense - Interrogative & Negative क्या मैं दो बजे से ड़ांस नही कर रहा हूँ?
Person Has/Have Subject Not + Been + Verb(Ist Form) + Ing + Object Since / For Time + Remaining
Ist person Have I not been dancing since 2 o'clock?
Ist Person -Plural Have we not been dancing since 2 o'clock?
2nd Person Have you not been dancing since 2 o'clock?
3rd Person -Singular Has he/se/it/Ram not been dancing for fifteen minutes?
3rd Person -Plural Have they/boys not been dancing for fifteen minutes?

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Sentence वाक्य
Vartika has been playing since morning. वर्तिका सुबह से खेल रही है ।
Uncle has been living in Delhi since the birth of his son. अंकल अपने बेटे के जन्म से दिल्ली में रह रहे हैं.
Have we not been reading this book since 6 O’clock in the morning? क्या हम सुबह 6 बजे से इस पुस्तक को नही पढ़ रहे हैं?
It has been raining since night. रात से वर्षा हो रही है ।
He has been preparing for the examination for last two years. वह पिछले दो सालों से परीक्षा की तैयारी कर रहा है ।
Have I been wasting my time for an hour? क्या मैं एक घंटे से अपना समय व्यर्थ कर रहा हूँ?
Has he been living in Bhopal for five years? क्या वह भोपाल में पांच सालों से रह रहा है?
He has been suffering from fever since Sunday. उसे रविवार से बुखार आ रहा है ।
Seema has been waiting for her friend in garden for the last two hours. सीमा पार्क में अपने दोस्त का पिछले दो घंटे से इंतजार कर रही है ।
Has your brother not been dealing in sugar business since 2009? क्या तुम्हारा भाई 2009 से चीनी का व्यापार नही कर रहा है?
Helicopter has been hovering over the city since 12 o'clock. हेलिकाप्टर 12 बजे से शहर पर मंडरा रहा है ।

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