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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #20899: Have been or have gone
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    Have been or have gone

    Choose the right verb.She has gone to Florida = She is in Florida now.

    She has been to Florida = She went to Florida and now she has returned.

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    1. Bob's not here. He's to work.

    2. The office is empty. Everybody has home.

    3. It's good to see you again. Where have you ?

    4. My brother's to America four times.

    5. Sorry, you can't speak to Anna. She's to a party.

    6. Mary's hair looks nice. She's just to the hairdresser's.

    7. Peter's to Canada and he's staying there for three weeks.

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