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Ms. Palmer has been organizing the class schedules for us. A)present perfect progressive B)past progressive C)present progressive
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User: Ms. Palmer has been organizing the class schedules for us. A)present perfect progressive B)past progressive C)present progressive

Weegy: B)past progressive
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Ms. Palmer has been organizing the class schedules for us. is present perfect progressive.
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