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Published: 03/02/2009
B2 | ELT | Grammar
9 pages

What have you been doing?

Pictures illustrate the difference in use between the present perfect simple and the present perfect continuous, particularly looking at the emphasis on the result of the action with the simple and the duration of the action with the continuous. There's some speaking practice in the context of activities at a leisure centre.    
Please note that any audio, interactive or adaptable materials referenced in the PDFs do not form part of this archive.  

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Sonia Aznar
Sonia Aznar
Nice and complete practice for revision with my B2 group
Posted on 23rd January 2017

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