Express the same idea in one sentence (as in the example) using the Present Perfect Continuous. Add since or for.
They began to travel in May. They are still traveling.
They have been traveling since May.
1.He began to study computer science 3 years ago. He is still studying it.He has been studying computer science for 3 years.2.I began to teach English 7 years ago. I am still teaching.I have been teaching English for 7 years.3.They began to work at this company in 2010. They are still working there.They have been working at this company since 2010.4.We began to solve the task an hour ago. We are still solving it.We have been solving the task for an hour.5.She began to blog in 2015. She is still blogging.She has been blogging since 2015.6.It began to snow 2 hours ago. It is still snowing.It has been snowing for 2 hours.7.He began to look for a job in May. He is still looking for a job.He has been looking for a job since May.8.They began to shoot the film in the summer. They are still shooting it.They have been shooting the film since summer.9.You began to translate the text 3 hours ago. You are still translating it.You have been translating the text for 3 hours.10.We began to build our house in 2016. We are still building it.We have been building our house since 2016.