1. I have been hearing of him ever since I was born.
2. By the time you arrived we have left.
students will have knowing the results of the examination by 3 o'clock tomorrow.
4. By 5 o'clock the Congress had adopted the draft program.
5. After they have presented the draft of the Program, long debates took place.
6. I have did already all my lessons.
7. He has rejected just our proposal.
8. Our family have living in this street since we got a new flat.