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What's the verb form for "has/have been" in Hindi?

For example how would you say "I have been studying Hindi" in Hindi? Thank you very much...शुक्रिया :)

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    There is no exactly equivalent word in Hindi for "has/have been". It depends on the structure of the sentence. According to your sentence "I have been studying Hindi" the Hindi equivalent sentence will be :- Main tab sae ab tak hindi padh raha hun/rehi hun. (मैं तब से अब तक हिंदी पढ़ रहा हूँ / रही हूँ।). And if the sentence would be like "I have been studying Hindi for two hour." then we would say :- Main do ghantae sae ab tak hindi padh raha hun / rehi hun. (मैं दो घंटे से अब तक हिंदी पढ़ रहा हूँ / रही हूँ।)

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