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Has lived or had been living?
Has lived means not living here anymore. He has been living here for 5 years. HAS BEEN LIVING means he is still living in the same place and it’s been 5 years that he is there.
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How long are you here for?
“How long are you here for?” seems to ask about something in the present, but by idiom it actually asks about the future. It means the same thing as, “How long will you be here?” This meaning isn’t something you can figure out logically from the meanings of the individual words.
Can I say I have been living?
It depends on the context and what you want to say. “I have been living in London for five years” tells us that you are still living there and that you have been living there in one continuous time period. “I have lived in London for five years” can (but does not have to) mean the same.
Is had been living correct?
“John had been living in the house for ten years” is a correct sentence. “John had lived in the house for ten years’ is also a correct sentence. The two sentences are both perfectly acceptable English, they even have the same meaning.
Has been living meaning?
This tense is called the “Present Perfect Continuous” (have been living). It means I have lived there for 2 years and, by implication, that I’m going to continue to live there for at least the near future.
What are you up to response flirty?
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How do you respond to a crush?
- 01Well, I am good, but I’ve been even better in the last 2-3 seconds. …
- 02It all depends on how I’m willing to feel, really. …
- 03I might not have been so great, but it’s not going to stop me from ending this day on a great note.
How do you reply to friends?
If someone asks “How are you doing?,” grammatically you should answer “Well.” This says “I’m doing well.” Since “doing” is an action verb, we need to use the adverb “well” to describe that action.
How long are you staying here meaning?
I would normally say “How long are you staying here?” or “How long will you be staying here?” to ask about the length of someone’s vacation or something of that kind. They’re pretty much equivalent. “How long will you stay here?” is grammatically correct, but it sounds awkward to me in that context.
How long is a question example?
- How long will he stay here?
- How long will he wait?
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- How long will they write?
How long have they dash there?
Answer: the answer is they had been waiting.
Has been living for or since?
The correct sentence is “I have been living here for five years.” “Since” is used with the point in time, not the duration, e.g. “I have been living here since 2016.”
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What does have lived mean?
It has the same meaning as I outlined with present perfect above PLUS it indicates that you will continue to do so indefinitely/to some unstated time in the future. So: “I have lived in this house for 6 years and been very happy here.
What is the difference between I lived and I have lived?
“I lived here” is a competed action in the past. It has no affiliation to the present and so would be past/perfect tense. Whereas “I have lived here” is a present perfect tense as it relates to the present and is an ongoing action.
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