I have been doing
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I have been doing
INDEX OF CONTENTS
- Consequently, has it been done?
- What is the difference between ‘have been’ and ‘have done’?
- Meaning of ‘had been’
- What is the past of ‘have’?
- How long has it been -ing?
- Has it been done or has it been done?
I have been doing “Ha estado haciendo” shows us that the action began in the past and continues in the present . Example: Have done “He estado haciendo” means I was doing that in the past and still do it in the present. Have done “Haber hecho” means that I have finished doing that. I will not keep doing it.
Consequently, has it been done?
It simply means that someone was given a task in the past and the task is now complete and completed in the recent past, even though it is unknown when it was completed.
Subsequently, the question is, what have you been doing mean? Say, “I’ve really been doing very well.” It means that you or the listener “didn’t” expect you to be doing well, and contrary to expectations, you are. Possible, but a bit of a strange way to start a conversation, without context.
On the other hand, Was doing “Estaba haciendo” is for the simple past and had been doing ¨had been doing “is the perfect past and is used to contrast the simple past with a time that occurred before the simple past.
Also know, have done and have been done?
Have been done is a Passive Present Perfect structure, while have done is simply a Present Perfect. Examples: Is there a difference between wouldn’t and couldn’t? (¿Hay alguna diferencia entre no podría y no podría?)
What is the difference between have been and have done ?
I ‘ ve been doing (He estado haciendo) means I was doing that in the past and yet I still do in the present. Have done (Haber hecho) means I’ve finished doing that. I will not keep doing it. It may or may not do so in the future.
1st answer. “Has been” and “have been” “Ha sido” y “ha sido” are both present perfect. Has been “Ha sido” is used in the third person singular and have been “han sido” is used for the first and second person singular and all uses of the plural. Had been “Había sido” is the past perfect and is used in all cases, singular and plural.
The auxiliary verb is “es” is invariably used in the present tense, while ‘been’ is applied in the past tense. It is the past participle of be “ser”, so it is always wrong to write is been “ha sido”. The combination has been “ha sido” is correct and shows the sign of the present perfect. For example, Ram has composed a poem “Ram ha compuesto un poema”.
Meaning of Had been?
Had been “Había sido” means that something started in the past, lasted some time and then ended. This is completely in the past. This verb tense is known as past perfect “pretérito perfecto”.
How to use it?
Had is the past tense of these two verbs. In the present tense, have is used for I, you, we, and they and all plural nouns. Has (Tiene) is used for he, she and that, and for all singular nouns. ((“Has” is the third person singular form of “have.”) “Has” is the third person singular of “have”).
Have you been doing or have you been doing?
The was doing means that something was still happening, that it was interrupted. First of all, they both respond to the past tense. This tense is formed with the modal “HAD” plus “BEEN”, plus the present participle of the verb ( with an -ing ending “with the ending -ing”): I had been working in the garden all morning (Estuve trabajando en el jardín toda la mañana).
What is Have’s past tense?
How to form the past perfect . To form the past perfect, the past tense of the verb “to have” is used, which is had, and is added to the past participle of the main verb. For example: subject + had + past participle = past perfect.
What tense is ING has been?
When used with have / has, it means that the speaker started the event in the past, but it continues to the present. So “has been + ing” is the present perfect progressive tense and is in the active voice. -ed is the suffix to create a past participle for regular verbs
How long has ING been?
When used with have / has, it means that the speaker started the event in the past, but continues to the present. I have been walking my dog for a while (Llevo un tiempo paseando a mi perro). So “has been + ing” is the present perfect progressive and is in the active voice. -ed is the suffix to create a past participle for regular verbs.
Has it been done or has it been done?
Has been doing “Ha estado haciendo” means that the action began in the past and continues in the present. Have been doing “Haber hecho” means something that started and ended in the past.
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