Have you been toEgypt? Yes, I have. / No, Ihaven't.Has she ever writtenpoetry? Yes, she has. / No, shehasn't.
2.2. Present Perfect Continuous
The Present Perfect Continuous is formed with the
inthe corresponding form for the subject of the sentence, followed by theparticiple '
' of the auxilary verb
, followed by the
form of the
have/has + been + -ing (present participle)
Positive and negative:
IWe You They've(have)haven'tHeSheIt's (has)hasn'tbeenworking.
Have you beenrunning? Yes, I have. / No, Ihaven't.2