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

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The plumber is here. He is seeing to the leak in our tank. Водопроводчик здесь. Он устраняет утечку в нашем баке. Is Bill seeing you home after the party? – No, he is just seeing me to my bus. We are leaving tomorrow. Bill is seeing us off at the airport. g. The court is hearing evidence this morning. Сегодня утром суд заслушивает свидетелей. g. I have been hearing all about your accident. Я все узнал о вашей аварии. You will be hearing about the new scheme at our next meeting.

Little Mary came in. She was eating an ice-cream cone. She looked unbelievingly at him. Surely he was joking. I am afraid I took your wife’s fan for my own, when I was leaving your house tonight. When he returned she was wandering from room to room. In a moment I returned to where Martin was still reading by the fire. The fire began at midnight when everybody was sleeping. At that time she was already packing up. 2. To denote a continuous action in progress during a certain period of time in the past, marked by adverbials – prepositional phrases such as from … till, from … to or adverbs all day long, the whole night, etc.

The Present Perfect Continuous and the Present Perfect (simple) compared: a) continuation / completion: Both the present perfect tenses (simple and continuous) can be used to talk about recent actions and situations that have recent results. There is an important difference. The present perfect continuous focuses on the action / situation itself, looking at it as a continuous, extended activity (not necessarily finished). The simple present perfect, on the other hand, looks more at the ideas of completion and present result.

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