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    The man has been to London

    The man has been to London.

    What is the meaning of this sentence?

    Could anyone explain?

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    Re: The man has been to London

    At some point in his life or vey recently, this person went to London and returned to wherever they normally live.

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    Re: The man has been to London

    Quote Originally Posted by user_gary View Post
    The man has been to London.

    What is the meaning of this sentence?

    Could anyone explain?
    It also means that he has visited London and now he isn't there.

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