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How to conjugate Present Perfect Continuous in Passive Voice?
May 6, 2008, 3:18 pm
Filed under: Grammar Fun, S.2CD 2007-08

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Leader:Daisy
Scribe:Catffany
Presenter:Denis
Discussant:Janice

Present Perfect Continuous
FORM

[has/have + been + present participle]

Examples:

* You have been waiting here for two hours.
* Have you been waiting here for two hours?
* You have not been waiting here for two hours.

ACTIVE / PASSIVE

Examples:

* Recently, John has been doing the work. Active
* Recently, the work has been being done by John. Passive

Comment by CatffanY

leader:alex
scribe:shirley
presenter:cathy
Discussant:raphael

Present Perfect Continuous
FORM
[has/have + been + present participle]

has/have been doing (Active)
has/have been being done (Passive)

information from
http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/presentperfectcontinuous.html

Comment by alex

leader:Grammy
scribe:jerry
presenter:natalie
Discussant:coco
Present Perfect Continuous
Tense

[[[[[have/has + been + -ing]]]]]

Purpose ~ began in the past still doing 3:00 now
————->
eg. It has been raining all day.

began in the past has just finished now
———-|
eg. She has been watching TV all morning. Now she is going to cook.

Comment by jerry.\_/.

leader:Marco
scribe:Wesley
presenter:Bonnie
Discussant:28

Present Perfect Continuous Tense
Active Voice: have/has + been + Verb
Passive Voice: have/has + been + being + Verb
*It may continuous mostly.
Example:
I have been being waited for a long time.
Peter has been being punished by his mum for a hour.

Comment by wesley

leader:Erica
scribe:Michelle
presenter:Bobo
Discussant:Persephone

Present Perfect Continuous
FORM
[has/have + been + present participle]

has/have been doing (Active)

-I have been doing homework.
has/have been being done (Passive)

-The homework have not been being doning by Peter.

Comment by Erica

Leader:Joel
Scribe:Channy
Presenter:Alvin
Discussant:Karen

[have/has+been+verb]

‘I have bought my camera today’ (have/has + p.p.)

To change it to passive, you need to use:

‘The camera has been bought by me today’.

Therefore in present perfect, you need to change to ‘have/has + been + p.p’ in order for it to become passive voice (has/have + p.p. is active voice only)

Comment by Channy

Leader:Sherman
Scribe:Eleanor
Presenter:21
Discussant:Ken

Our group think that:
the example we use is “do”
so,it is
have been being done

Comment by Eleanor

Leader:Water
Scribe:Melody
Presenter:Katrina
Discussant:Stella

Present Perfect Continuous Tense~
[have/has + been + (verb+ing)](active)
[have/has + been + being + p.p](passive)

(Active Voice)
|Present Perfect Continuous(Do)|
I | have been doing
You | have been doing
We/They | have been doing
He/She/It| has been doing

(Passive Voice)
|Present Perfect Continuous(Do)|
I | have been being done
You | have been being done
We/They | have been being done
He/She/It| has been being done

Comment by Melody

Could anybody let me know the passive voice of the sentence: ‘He has been suffering from fever for five days’

Thanks,
Prahllad

Comment by Prahllad

He has been being suffered from fever for five days.

Comment by Hansaram kumawat

a fever has been being suffered

Comment by Edilberto

Could anybody please let me know the passive voice of the sentece: ‘He has been suffering from fever for five days’

Comment by Prahllad

‘Fever has been being suffered by him for five days.’ Atrocious.

Comment by Kyle Cronan

Good example. Thank you!

Comment by Nikki Bouteiller

thank you all you all helped me with this

Comment by Mobashar

l love the page.thanks for letting me know about present perfect continious tense in passive voice

Comment by hermon

He has been being suffered by the fever for five days

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