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    haven't been back

    I liked her painting in the shop and want to buy it. I haven't been back but I hope I will soon get to it

    What does the "haven't been back" mean in this sentence?

    Does it mean, "I haven't bought it"?

    Could you explain it to me?


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    Re: haven't been back

    You did not go back to the shop.

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