Express the same idea in one sentence (as in the example) using the Present Perfect Continuous. Add since or for.
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They started cooking in the afternoon. It’s 9 pm, but they are still cooking.
They have been cooking since the afternoon.
- 1.The rain started in the morning. It’s 1 pm, but it is still raining.It has been raining since the morning.2.My sister went shopping three hours ago. She is still shopping.My sister has been shopping for three hours.3.Dora started doing her homework an hour ago. She is still doing her homework.Dora has been doing her homework for an hour.4.My friends started playing dominoes at 2 pm. They are still playing this game.My friends have been playing dominoes since 2 pm.5.The TV show started at 7 pm. It is 9 pm, but the show is going on.The TV show has been going on since 7 pm.6.Emma’s boyfriend started waiting for her an hour ago. He is still waiting.Emma’s boyfriend has been waiting for her for an hour.7.My father started to repair his car three days ago. He hasn’t finished the repairs yet.My father has been repairing his car for three days.8.The Browns decided to build a house five years ago. They are still building it.The Browns have been building the house for five years.9.My son went to walk the dog about half an hour ago. He is still walking the dog.My son has been walking the dog for half an hour.10.Lily began to tidy up her room at 3 pm. It is 6 pm, but she hasn’t finished yet.Lily has been tidying up her room since 3 pm.