Put the verb into the more suitable form, present perfect simple (I have done etc.) or continuous (I have been doing etc.)
I — (read) the book you lent me but I haven’t finished it yet.
have been reading
Where have you been? Have you been playing tennis?
Look! Somebody has broken that window.
You look tired. Have you been working hard?
Have you ever worked in a factory? 一 No, never.
Jane is away on holiday. 一 Oh, is she? Where has she gone?
My brother is an actor. He has appeared In several films.
Sorry I’m late. 一 That’s all right. I haven’t been waiting long.
Is it still raining? 一 No, it has stopped.
I have lost my address book. Have you seen it anywhere?
I have been reading the book you lent me but I haven’t finished it yet.
I have read the book you lent me, so you can have it back now.