If I use the present perfect progressive and present perfect with an expression of unfinished time it implies that the action is continuing.
But what about 'recently' and 'lately' when they are used with present perfect progressive and present perfect do they imply like expressions of unfinished time that the actions are still continuing? And if they(lately/recently) are not used in a sentence(with either present perfect or present perfect progressive) would it imply that an action is complete?
Recently/lately, I have been feeling really tired.
Recently/lately, I have felt really tired.
I have been feeling tired.
I have felt tired.
She has been watching too much television lately./She has watched ... lately/recently
She has been watching too much television.
Have you been exercising lately?/Have you exercised lately?
Have you been exercising?
Mary has been feeling a little depressed./Mary has felt depressed lately/recently
Mary has been feeling a little depressed lately/recently.
Lisa has not been practicing her English./She has not practiced her English recently/lately.
Lisa has not been practicing her English lately/recently.
What have you been doing?
What have you done?(a completed action)
What have you done recently/lately? What have you been doing recently/lately?