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A Handbook оn а Practical English Grammar Morphology by Belkyarova T.

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Mother will stay at home until we return / have returned 5. g. This is the best wine I have ever drunk. This is the worst book I have ever read. This is the easiest job I have ever had. It/this is the first time I have seen the mounted band. It is only the second time he has played tennis. This is the only book he has written. g. How long have you been here? – I have been here six months. How long have you known Jane? –It is ages since I last saw her. Сколько времени вы ее не видели? – Я очень давно не видел ее.

64 IV. The simple past and the past continuous can be found in different combinations in the following sentence patterns 1. A complex sentence with a clause of time introduced by the conjunction as. Within that pattern there may be three different kinds of time relations between the action of the subordinate clause and that of the principal clause. The actions of the two clauses may be fully simultaneous, and the simple past is commonly used in both clauses. g. I watched him as he drank his tea.

The present perfect continuous falls within the sphere of the present. Hence, it is not used in narration where reference is made to past events. e. conversations, newspaper and radio reports, lectures and letters. II. Formation. The present perfect continuous is formed by means of the auxiliary verb to be in the present perfect (have/has been) and participle I of the notional verb. In the interrogative the first auxiliary (have/has) comes before the subject, the second auxiliary (been) and participle I follow the subject.

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