Have you been vs you have been

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For how long ............ employed here?

 

a. you are

b.are you

c. you have been

d.have you been

 

What will be the answer here I thought it shall be d have you been but someone is saying have you been . Can anybody explain please

2 answers


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Since this is a question, you would use d., 'have you been'. 'For' would usually be omitted.

 

How long have you been employeed here?

link comment answered Aug 19 '13 at 10:14 Lewis Neidhardt Grammarly Fellow
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I would suggest: For how long have you been employed here?

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