Angielski – Achievements
HOW TO TALK ABOUT YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS
SIMPLE PAST TENSE = use for actions that started and ended in the past.
I created a website for my company.
We build a house for our client.
She designed a hotel last year.
He won an award for his research.
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS = use to describe actions
that started in the past and continue to the present.
I’ve been working on a new series for a year, and it’s nearly done.
As of this month, I’ve managed our team for 5 years.
So far this year, our team has opened 6 restaurants.
PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS = use to talk about a past
I’d been studying computer science for 3 years when I got my first
job at an IT company.
We’d completed all the design updates by the time app the launched.
I’ve been thinking about…
I’ve been worrying about…
I’ve been wanting …
I’ve been studying …
I’ve been hearing about our new manager.
I’ve been listening to
I’ve been talking a lot with
I’ve been living here for a 5 years.
I’ve been working in this department for 6 months.
I’ve been planning a BBQ all summer.