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Present Perfect Tenses: Simple vs. Continuous – Video

In this lesson, you can learn about the present perfect simple and present perfect continuous verb forms.
What’s the difference between ‘I have done’ and ‘I have been doing?’ When should you use the present perfect continuous? You’ll see the answers to these questions in this class.

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Meeting a Classmate – Listening Lesson (A1)

Listen to two English speakers who are waiting for their first lesson on a Spanish course. This free English listening lesson from Oxford Online English will teach you about the language we use when we meet people for the first time.

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