“has been” “have been” “had been”, what is the difference?

“has been” “have been” “had been”, what is the difference?

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    • has been used with He/She/It/Singular Nouns in Present Perfect Continuous Tense. e.g. He has been going to school since 2012
    • have been is used with I/We/You/They/Plural Nouns in Present Perfect Continuous Tense. e.g. They have been working in the company since January.
    • had been used with all nouns and pronouns in Past Perfect Continuous Tense. e.g. I/We/You/They/He/She/It had been working in the company since January.

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