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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #75239: Confusion between been and gone
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Frequent mistakes [Change theme]
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    Confusion between been and gone


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    1. Have you ever to Scotland?

    2. Where's Mum?...... She's shopping.

    3. You've to the hairdresser's, you look prettier now.

    4. Kate is out, she' s for a walk with the dog.

    5. Mark and Liz have to Italy for their holiday. They'll be back next week.

    6. I'd love to go to the Lake District, I've never there.

    7. You're late! Where have you ?

    8. You can't speak to James now, he's to the dentist's.

    9. I've to the post office, I've bought some stamps.

    10. Everyone hasn't , my grandparents are still here.









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