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    ph2004 is offline Member
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    Have you ever been to England ?

    How to answer this question : "Have you ever been to England ?" "Yes, I've ever been to England." Or what ?

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    Exclamation Re: Have you ever been to England ?

    Quote Originally Posted by ph2004 View Post
    How to answer this question : "Have you ever been to England ?" "Yes, I've ever been to England." Or what ?
    The question is about a completed action. If it has happened once, you can answer in simple past with a time expression or in the present perfect without time expressiom; as:
    Yes, I went to England last year./I was in England last year.
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    Yes, I have been to England once.
    Last edited by sarat_106; 28-Jan-2010 at 09:51.

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