To talk about the action, we use the simple form. To talk about the length of the action, we use the continuous form.
Are these sentences talking about the action or the length of the action?
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I’ve been reading this book for weeks.CorrectIncorrect
She has been waiting all day for him to phone.CorrectIncorrect
I’ve just replied to you.CorrectIncorrect
I haven’t seen the film yet.CorrectIncorrect
I’ve learnt a lot about building websites since I started to work with her.CorrectIncorrect
He’s failed his driving test five times.CorrectIncorrect
Haven’t you finished that e-mail yet?CorrectIncorrect
He’s been looking for a job for months.CorrectIncorrect
I’ve just seen that girl you were talking about – an absolute beauty!CorrectIncorrect
She’s been living in the same house for 25 years.CorrectIncorrect