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Present perfect continuous of leap




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Present perfect continuous

I have been leaping


​The present perfect continuous tense (sometimes referred to as the present perfect progressive tense) is a special tense which talks about events in the past that last into the present. It usually emphasizes the duration or amount of time that the action has been taking place. The present perfect continuous uses two auxiliary verbs in combination with a main verb.
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I
have been leaping 
you
have been leaping 
he/she/it
has been leaping 
we
have been leaping 
you
have been leaping 
they
have been leaping 


Infinitive

leap






Other verbs conjugation leap



Present "leap"leap
Present Continuous "leap"am leaping
Simple past "leap"leapt; leaped
Past Continuous "leap"was leaping
Present perfect "leap"have leapt; leaped
Present perfect continuous "leap"have been leaping
Past perfect "leap"had leapt; leaped
Past perfect continuous "leap"had been leaping
Future "leap"will leap
Future continuous "leap"will be leaping
Future perfect "leap"will have leapt; leaped
Future perfect continuous "leap"will have been leaping



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