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Hello students, welcome to our English lesson on Present Perfect Continuous tense.

Do you ever wonder how to talk about activities that started in the past and continue up until now? Present Perfect Continuous tense is used to talk about actions that began in the past, are still happening in the present, and may continue into the future.

Let's start with a warm-up activity to get us thinking about this tense. Take a few minutes to reflect on what you have been doing for the last 24 hours.

Once you have your list, share it with a partner and ask them the same question. As you listen to your partner, try to identify examples of Present Perfect Continuous tense in their responses.

Now that we have a better understanding of what Present Perfect Continuous tense is, let's dive deeper and explore how to use it in different contexts.