Can you omit "having been" here? If you can, what's the difference between with it and without it?
57)I was disappointed by several Indian restaurants. I think Indian food isn't for me
=> (Having been) disappointed by several Indian restaurants, I think Indian food isn't for me
Last edited by keannu; 20-Apr-2013 at 13:30.
Your sentences have no full stops.
It's understandable without 'having been' but I'd keep it in.
You need to change the full stop after 'restaurants' to a comma.