Something in the past that continues.

RickyA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Something in the past that continues.

One of the lessons included things that were happening in the past but are still ongoing. Instead of the present perfect, it included the present tense and then something else (it was not this lesson). Could you tell me where that lesson is or explain it to me? Thanks.

Asked 11 months ago
InmaKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Hola Ricky,

I imagine you are referring to "llevar + gerund"?

Llevar + Gerund

If it is not this one, let us know again. There are lots of lessons about "ongoing actions".

Saludos

Inma

RickyA2Kwiziq Q&A regular contributor

Hola, Inma,

Yes, this is what I was looking for but it is confusing to me. It is my understanding that llevar means to take, carry or wear. How does it relate to this gerund example?

Gracias,

Ricky

Something in the past that continues.

One of the lessons included things that were happening in the past but are still ongoing. Instead of the present perfect, it included the present tense and then something else (it was not this lesson). Could you tell me where that lesson is or explain it to me? Thanks.

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