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Question and short answer forms part two,
the present perfect progressive tense. >> Hey, hey, Maria. I just met a really awesome girl in
the elevator, but I didn't catch her name. >> Really? What did she look like? >> Well,
she had dark hair with big blue eyes. >> I know who you're talking about. That's Jackie. >> Has she been working here for
a long time? >> No, she hasn't. She's been working here for
less than a year. >> Which department has
she been working for? >> Advertising. She's been working on lots of project
with really big name companies. >> Really?
Who has she been working with? >> Belizon and Amajon. She's really good at what she does. >> Wow! She's so cool. >> Do you think Linus is
interested in Jackie? He is asking Maria many questions
about the job that she has. First she asked,
has she been working here for a long time? To form yes,
no questions like this in the present perfect progressive tense, use have or has plus the subject then been then
the ing form of the main verb. Maria's short answer to Linus's
question was no, she hasn't. But, what would be the positive response? Yes, it would be yes, she has. If you want to use a W-H word added
to the beginning of the question, keeping the same word order as the yes
no question form, has she been working? Will turn into,
which department has she been working for? Or, who has she been working with? Great job. Make sure to watch the next video, and find out what else Linus
learns about Jackie. Until then, bye.