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    Smile been to

    Hello

    I need help with a present perfect.

    I think the following sentence express the experience.
    #1 I have been to Paris.

    If I want to express I went to Paris and I have just returned from Paris, can I use #1?
    If so, how you get which meaning the sentence imply? Do you get it from the context?

    How about #2? Can I put "just" in that sentence?
    #2 I have just been to Paris.

    Thank you.

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    Default Re: been to

    Yes, or you could say 'I have just got back from Paris'.

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