Affirmative Negative Interrogative
1 He has been using all the material. He has not been using all the material. Has he been using all the material?
2 He has been working for you. He has not been working for you. Has he been working for you?
3 He has been calling me twice a day. He has not been calling me twice a day. Has he been calling me twice a day?
4 He has been trying for a long time. He has not been trying for a long time. Has he been trying for a long time?
5 He has been asking for it. He has not been asking for it. Has he been asking for it?
6 He has been needing it badly. He has not been needing it badly. Has he been needing it badly?
7 He has been helping a lot. He has not been helping a lot. Has he been helping a lot?
8 He has been playing many games. He has not been playing many games. Has he been playing many games?
9 She has been moving to a new city. She has not been moving to a new city. Has she been moving to a new city?
10 She has been living far away. She has not been living far away. Has she been living far away?
11 She has been believing in god since childhood. She has not been believing in god since childhood. Has she been believing in god since childhood?
12 She has been including the results in the report. She has not been including the results in the report. Has she been including the results in the report?
13 She has been continuing this for many years. She has not been continuing this for many years. Has she been continuing this for many years?
14 She has been changing her name every year. She has not been changing her name every year. Has she been changing her name every year?
15 She has been watching many movies. She has not been watching many movies. Has she been watching many movies?
16 She has been following the leader since the very beginning. She has not been following the leader since the very beginning. Has she been following the leader since the very beginning?
17 She has been dancing since childhood. She has not been dancing since childhood. Has she been dancing since childhood?
18 It has been creating a mess. It has not been creating a mess. Has it been creating a mess?
20 It has been walking for three miles. It has not been walking for three miles. Has it been walking for three miles?
21 It has been offering me money. It has not been offering me money. Has it been offering me money?
22 It has been remembering everything. It has not been remembering everything. Has it been remembering everything?
23 It has been making me nervous. It has not been making me nervous. Has it been making me nervous?
24 It has been going away. It has not been going away. Has it been going away?
25 It has been taking a lot a time. It has not been taking a lot a time. Has it been taking a lot a time?
26 Noah has been coming back everyday. Noah has not been coming back everyday. Has Noah been coming back everyday?
27 Liam has been seeing the files. Liam has not been seeing the files. Has Liam been seeing the files?
28 Mason has been knowing for many years. Mason has not been knowing for many years. Has Mason been knowing for many years?
29 Jacob has been getting the tickets. Jacob has not been getting the tickets. Has Jacob been getting the tickets?
30 Mary has been giving the money to charity. Mary has not been giving the money to charity. Has Mary been giving the money to charity?
31 Patricia has been finding the right words. Patricia has not been finding the right words. Has Patricia been finding the right words?
32 Linda has been thinking of it. Linda has not been thinking of it. Has Linda been thinking of it?
33 Barbara has been telling me the truth. Barbara has not been telling me the truth. Has Barbara been telling me the truth?
34 Elizabeth has been very famous. Elizabeth has not been very famous. Has Elizabeth been very famous?
35 Jennifer has been showing her true colours. Jennifer has not been showing her true colours. Has Jennifer been showing her true colours?
36 Maria has been leaving the house. Maria has not been leaving the house. Has Maria been leaving the house?
37 Susan has been feeling pain. Susan has not been feeling pain. Has Susan been feeling pain?
38 Margaret has been putting the vase on the table. Margaret has not been putting the vase on the table. Has Margaret been putting the vase on the table?
39 Dorothy has been bringing many presents. Dorothy has not been bringing many presents. Has Dorothy been bringing many presents?
40 The patient has been writing a note. The patient has not been writing a note. Has the patient been writing a note?
41 The building has been standing here for decades. The building has not been standing here for decades. Has the building been standing here for decades?
42 The government has been letting the immigrants in. The government has not been letting the immigrants in. Has the government been letting the immigrants in?