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Can you please help me understand the the difference between the following sentences:
1. We HAVE LIVED in a house for 3 days. (Present perfect: means action began in the past but is still continuing) 2. We HAVE BEEN LIVING in this house for the last 3 days. (Present perfect continuous: means action began in the past, is still continuing in the present and will probably continue in the future).
Question: 1. How do we know the probability of action in sentence 1 continuing/not continuing in future? 2. If such a scenario arrives in GMAT question, which one of the above would be more preferable?
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