It says,
“The Present Perfect Continuous tense is used to express continuous, ongoing actions which have already been completed at the time of speaking or writing.”

Then, for instance,
“I have been reading an illustrated book about birds.”
I understand this implies that I am not reading the book now.
But does this suggest that I have finished the book already?
Could it possibly be used to describe my current situation, when I’ve read the book up to 200 pages so far, and I have 150 pages more to go?

Thanks in advance.
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Hello, hashmat Froogh, nice to meet you!