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Some useLESS information about how to maintain friendships, stories about weddings, monkeys and lots of other useLESS things in today’s episode… BUT there is some useFUL RnR vocabulary as always just like this:
The present perfect continuous is always SEXY, so let’s have a look at that. Early on in the show I said to Dan:
“I have been carrying you for the last 27 years”
Some questions for you:
If your sentence matches the above criteria, then we use the present perfect continuous… UNLESS it is a state verb like ‘love’ – we wouldn’t say “I have been loving you for the last 27 years” but “I have loved you for the last 27 years”.
P.S. I’m not talking about Dan in that example, I’m just giving an example of a state verb!
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An synonym for ‘practice’ – especially when we speak about things like acting and music is:
If I say “receiving that message from you made my day”, I mean that:
Which of the below sentences is an example of moaning?
Mathematics goes over my head. This means:
I say “have you done the prep for dinner later?”. I mean:
You call me as I am writing my new blog post and you ask me how I am, I respond with the following answers. Which one is correct?
P.S. If you get this wrong, read the RnR Grammar again!