Just because we all do it all the time doesn’t mean we have perfected the craft. Here are a bunch of common words everyone uses but most use incorrectly.
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The Present Perfect Continuous tense uses two auxiliary verbs (HAVE and BE) with main verb in its present participle form (-ING).