Confusing English Verbs | BEEN & GONE



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In this lesson, we’ll take a closer look at the past participle forms of ‘to be’ and ‘to go’ … Because sometimes, they are exactly the same! Look at these examples:
He has been hungry for hours! (verb to be)
He has been to Canada twice. (verb to go)
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I want to help you feel more confident when you are using these verbs… So, let’s practise!

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39 thoughts on “Confusing English Verbs | BEEN & GONE

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  2. Just to share my dear teacher😉
    By the way im from philippines
    Just preparing for my interview later
    correct my grammar pls.
    I had been working for teleperformance for 1 yr as a customer service representative. Basically, I've handled a domestic account specifically gcash account. I pretty much sure that I have all the qualifications that u are looking for that suits for the position .
    i wanna add it later if u have a response from it .thanks a lot "mabuhay"😊😊😊

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