Is this a correct choice of tense? If yes, what conditions would justify the use of Present Perfect Continuous?
It seems much more natural to say
I have read your letter. (I have recently finished) or
I read your letter with pleasure. (I finished in a string of events not related to now)
I wanted to explain to my student where her choice of Present Perfect Continuous ( as in the title) might do.
Here is what I think:
I have been reading your letter with pleasure.
does make sense when the reading is recent or still lasts. Adding "with pleasure" does not make any difference, contrary to what I initially thought.
That's my answer to my question that has been modified several times for clarity. Thanks.