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I am using in my sentences so many times the word "Been".
But still i have some doubts and sometimes affraid to use this.
If i say in my sentence "Its been in my notice from so long". is it correct??
Kindly reply as soon as possible.
I am trying to know where and when we can use the word "Been".
you corrected my sentence.Thanks for that but appreciate if you make me clear for the word Been.
Thanks once again
The word "been" is part of the past perfect of
"to be". Is it the past tenses that you have problems with?
I am ill.
I was ill.
I have been ill.
I had been ill.
It is raining.
It was raining.
It has been raining.
It had been raining.
I suggest that you post here two or three sentences in which you want to use 'been. We can then comment on them
'It's [note apostrophe] been something I've been aware of for some time' - that gives you two 'been's.
PS: You are confuseD - something has been bothering you for some time.
Last edited by BobK; 17-Oct-2011 at 11:45. Reason: Added PS