Lesson 4

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Have or Has?
Decide whether to use have or has.

1. She been asking questions all day long.

2. They been climbing the mountain.

3. We been washing the dishes.

4. You been repairing your computer.

5. I been working.

6. It been snowing.

7. The boy been playing.

8. Caty been dreaming.

9. The men been digging a hole.

10. Cindy and Bob been studying English.


  • since – if the starting point is given (two o’clock, last Friday, 1998)
  • for – if the period of time is given (twenty minutes, two days, one year)