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For the past twenty weeks I have been learning the importance of successful financial planning. (PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE)

Is this a correct present perfect progressive? Would the verbs be learning and planning?

  • com155 - ,

    Yes. That's the present perfect progressive tense. The verb is have been learning. The word "planning" in this sentence is a noun.

  • com155 - ,

    There is only one main verb in the sentence, and it's correctly written as the present perfect progressive, yes.

    The verb form "planning," however, is being used as a gerund (noun form).

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