Present Perfect Progressive

The Present Perfect Progressive is used:

  • To emphasize the duration of a state or action,
  • which started in the past and coninues up

    to the present.

    "I've learning English for 6 years"

  • To talk about an action which happened over a period
  • of time in the past and may have finished,

    but the results are obvius in the present.

    "We're been walking around all day. "

    That's why we're so tired.