PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE & CONTINUOUS. What's the difference?. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE. FORM : have / has + past participle USES : 1. LIFE EXPERIENCES I’ve been to China She’s ridden a horse. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE. 2. ALREADY, JUST & YET They’ve just left
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I have been playingemphasis on the duration = Present Perfect Progressive football for five years.