Wh- Question Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Soal Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Rumus Wh- Question dengan Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Berikut beberapa rumus wh- question (pertanyaan yang dimulai dengan whatwherewhenwhywhichwhowhose, atau how) dengan present perfect continuous tense yang dibentuk dari auxiliary verb “have/has+been” dan verb-ing (present participle).

Kalimat Positif (+)

S + have/has + been + present participle

Kalimat Interogatif (?)

menanyakan object

What/Who + have/has + S + been + present participle

menanyakan adverb

How long /Where/Why + have/has + S + been + present participle

Contoh wh-question present perfect continuous tense: How long have you been working here? (Sudah berapa lamu kamu bekerja di sini?)
contoh wh-question present perfect continuous tense

Contoh Kalimat Wh- Question dengan Present Perfect Continuous Tense dan Artinya

  1. What have they been doing for the last hour?
    (Apa yang telah mereka lakukan selama sejam terakhir?)
  2. Who have you been talking to?
    (Dengan siapa kamu telah berbicara?)
  3. How long have you been living here?
    (Berapa lama kamu telah tinggal disini?)
  4. How long has Sandra been teaching math?
    (Berapa lama Sandra telah mengajar matematika?)
  5. How long has she been sleeping?
    (Berapa lama dia telah tidur?)
  6. Where has he been working during the past five years?
    (Dimana dia bekerja selama lima tahun ini?)

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Table of Contents:

  1. Present Perfect Continuous Tense
  2. Wh- Question dengan Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Exercises:

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References:

  1. Practicing The Present Perfect Progressive. http://cisl.edu/wordpress/lessons/practicing-the-present-perfect-progressive.htm. Accessed on November 23, 2014.
  2. Present Perfect Continuous. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/radio/specials/1313_gramchallenge28/. Accessed on November 23, 2014.
  3. Present perfect with for and since. http://www.bbc.co.uk/worldservice/learningenglish/grammar/learnit/learnitv322.shtml. Accessed on November 23, 2014.
  4. Perfect Tense. http://esl.fis.edu/grammar/easy/perf.htm. Accessed on November 23, 2014.

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