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  1. Gregory_E_V
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    'have been to England' but 'was in England'

    Are these sentences correct:

    I have not been to England.
    I was not in England in September.

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    Re: 'have been to England' but 'was in England'

    Yes.

    There's also, I have not been in England before. (meaning, inside the country)

  3. Gregory_E_V
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    Re: 'have been to England' but 'was in England'

    thanks a lot
    i have not known this last variant

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    Re: 'have been to England' but 'was in England'

    But you would have to be there to say it.

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