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The key answer of exercise 10.3

The key to exercise solutions in chapter Unit 10 - Present perfect continuous and simple for the textbook English Grammar in Use with authors Raymond Murphy from Cambridge University Press


Put the verb into the more suitable form, present perfect simple (I have done) or continuous (I have been doing).


  1. Have you been playing 
  2. Somebody's broken
  3. Have you been working
  4. Have you ever worked
  5. has she gone
  6. He's appeared
  7. I haven’t been waiting
  8. it's stopped
  9. I've lost; Have you seen
  10. I've been reading; I haven’t finished
  11. I've read
  12. I've had