Grammatical Tenses

What are the three parts of the progressive perfect tense?

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Present Perfect Progressive:

  • Have/Has + Been + Present Participle

Past Perfect Progressive:

  • Had + Been + Present Participle

Future Perfect Progressive:

  • There are four parts to this tense:
  • Will + Have + Been + Present Participle
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