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What is the difference between these sentences?

Have you been watching TV for the last four hours? Turn it off and get some exercise?

Are you watching TV for the last four hours? Turn it off and get some exercise?

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    I would suggest the second one is not grammatically correct. "Are you watching" (present tense) doesn't match with "for the last four hours" (past action, even though you're still doing it now).
    – JamieB
    Sep 15, 2016 at 19:11

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