present perfect - have lived vs have been living - English . . . The verb live like the verb work (in the sense of having a job) can be used in the present perfect or the present perfect continuous, with no change in meaning So the sentence "I have lived in London for five years" has the same meaning as the sentence "I have been living in London for five years"
Ive been living vs Ive lived - UsingEnglish. com 1)I've been living in this old house for six years 2)I've lived in this old house for six years The two sentences are diffrent, so they mean: 1) I'm still living in it 2) I'm not living in it anymore Is that right!!! No Both sentences mean you are still living in it 'I lived in ' would mean that you're not living in it any more
Ive been living in Berlin vs. Ive lived in Berlin Hi, The first tense is called the Present Perfect Continuous (have been living) and it means I have lived there for 4 years and I'm going to live there in the future I am going to continue living there
I Have Lived Here All My Life Vs I Have Been Living Here . . . With live and work you can use present perfect continuous or present perfect simple (I have been living here since 2005 = I have lived here since 2005) Use present perfect continuous for actions that have been going on very recently They have usually just stopped