Can I use “has been” or “have been” if I’ve done something for a long time, and plan on continuing it in the future?
I have been doing this for a week.
Does the above sentence imply that the work is completely finished after one week? Or, instead, is it used as an indication that the subject had worked for the entire week, yet still plans to continue their work sometime in the future?
I’ve been a part of this organisation for over a year.
Does the above sentence indicate that the person plans on resigning from the organisation after being a member of it for longer than a year? Or, rather, does it insinuate that the person had been a part of the organisation for more than a year, and plans on remaining a steadfast member in the future?