Has she sat here long
Has she been sitting there long? Is not this correct?
what's the difference between satt and sittet?
å sitte - sitter - satt - har sittet
to sit - sit/is sitting - sat - have sat/have been sitting
Think 'have you sat there long' should be accepted.
I had the same problem as others. "Has she been sitting there long" was not accepted, whereas it is natural American English to say long without for. Always frustrating when your native language is corrected when it means exactly the same thing.