LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||18/FEV/2010 9:07 PM|
|Assunto:||question - Simple Pefect|
My question is about the most appropriate "clause" to be used with the Present Perfect Continuous.
I have an intermediate grammar book called Grammar in Use by Raymond Murphy which is actually very simple.
I have gone out a lot with these two girls (it implies that you might still go out w/ them) / but just of last week I don't feel good around them anymore.
Present Perfect Clause + Simple Present; is that correct?
I have been going out a lot with these two girls but since last week I haven't felt good around them.
Present Perfect Continuous Clause + Present Perfect Clause, is that okay?
Thanks in advance!
I have been going out a lot with these two girls, but since last week I'm not feeling good with them.
I have been going out a lot with these two girls, but since last week I haven't been feeling good with them
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