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Hello,

Could you correct the comments in brackets, please? Are they right?

1.I have lived in Los Angeles.( A completed action; He/she does not live there anymore).

2.I have lived in Los Angeles my whole life.(He/she is still living there. Or he/she spent their whole life in Los Angeles, but are currently living in another city/country)

3.I have been living in Los Angeles.(The person doesn't live there anymore, but was living there recently, or is still living there)

4.I have been living in Los Angeles my whole life.(He/she is still living there or he/she spent their whole life in Los Angeles, but are currently living in another city/country).

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I would say 'I have lived my whole life in Los Angeles' can mean that I'm still living there as well.

- The others depend on the context.
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Nina_Nia1.I have lived in Los Angeles.( A completed action; He/she does not live there anymore).
Present perfect is used for an action that is recently completed or has a result now.
Nina_Nia2.I have lived in Los Angeles my whole life.(He/she is still living there. Or he/she spent their whole life in Los Angeles, but are currently living in another city/country)
Nina_Nia3.I have been living in Los Angeles.(The person doesn't live there anymore, but was living there recently, or is still living there)
Present progressive however is used for an action that is still going on.(up to now).Here,it means (I am still living in LA).
Nina_Nia4.I have been living in Los Angeles my whole life.(He/she is still living there or he/she spent their whole life in Los Angeles, but are currently living in another city/country).
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Only the red sentences are correct, right?

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Yes.That's right.
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