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    Dear teachers,

    May I please ask you that if the following two sentences are correct? Do they mean the same thing?

    "I've been fishing many times."
    "I've gone fishing many times."
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    Re: have been fishing? What does it mean?

    Quote Originally Posted by Heidi View Post
    Dear teachers,

    May I please ask you that if the following two sentences are correct? Do they mean the same thing?

    "I've been fishing many times."
    "I've gone fishing many times."
    Yes they are both correct, and they mean the same thing in this instance.

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