Bildung von Sätzen und Fragen im Present Perfect Progressive

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Wie bildet man das Present Perfect Progressive?

Das Present Perfect Progressive wird gebildet aus einer Form des Hilfsverbs have + been und dem Verb mit der Endung -ing.

have/has + been + Infinitiv + -ing

has → bei der 3. Person Singular (he, she, it)
have → bei allen anderen Formen

1. Bejahte Sätze im Present Perfect Progressive

  • I have been playing with a ball.
  • You have been playing with a ball.
  • He has been playing with a ball.
  • She has been playing with a ball.
  • It has been playing with a ball.
  • We have been playing with a ball.
  • You have been playing with a ball.
  • They have been playing with a ball.

► Es wird in der 3. Person Singular (he, she, it) has verwendet.

2. Verneinte Sätze im Present Perfect Progressive

  • I have not been playing with a ball.
  • You have not been playing with a ball.
  • He has not been playing with a ball.
  • She has not been playing with a ball.
  • It has not been playing with a ball.
  • We have not been playing with a ball.
  • You have not been playing with a ball.
  • They have not been playing with a ball.

► Es wird in der 3. Person Singular (he, she, it) has + not verwendet.

3. Fragen im Present Perfect Progressive

  • Have I been playing with a ball?
  • Have you been playing with a ball?
  • Has he been playing with a ball?
  • Has she been playing with a ball?
  • Has it been playing with a ball?
  • Have we been playing with a ball?
  • Have you been playing with a ball?
  • Have they been playing with a ball?

Kurzformen im Present Perfect Progressive


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