English Grammar -- Present Perfect Continuous -- Usage -- TESOL Course This video explores the usages of the Present Perfect Continuous -- the tense that relates past activities to the present. It implies that the activity is likely to continue in the future or that the activity was in progress for some length of time, or both. The first usage is to talk about an incomplete and ongoing activity, when we want to say how long it has continued. For example, "I have been teaching for ten years." It talks about an action that started in the past and is continuing now. The second usage is to describe recently finished activities that have present results. For example, "He is tired because he has been chopping trees." It is talking about an action that was continuing until very recently. The Present Perfect Continuous emphasizes the action or the activity not the result or the completed action. Gaining a TESOL certificate is the first step towards an exciting and rewarding experience teaching overseas. Our courses will give you the grounding you need to effectively teach the tense system and other grammar points. Visit our site by following the link above for more information on the right TESOL course for you. // -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Are you ready to Teach English Abroad? -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-

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It was very interesting to discover this unit, I developed new skills about method to teach, mainly on the reasons and motives for reading and listening. Notions on how read and listen, like, Predictive skills, scanning, skimming etc. was new for me. That will help me to do a best selection of articles, audio and videos support for my future students in Vietnam.In this section I learned how to manage class time, the physical classroom, and the behaviour of both the class, and myself. The part about how to arrange the seating was interesting, and not necessarily something I'd think of whilst in a classroom. The breakdown of how and why/when to break the class into pairs and groups was another good thing to keep in mind.