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    The Disjunctive Question

    Is it correct to say- I guess you have gone to Madrid, haven't you?

    The background of asking this question is that someone is on a journey, for example, then I ask ' have you moved to the next destination Madrid?' So is it also correct to use 'have gone' in this case?

    Thanks a lot.



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    Re: The Disjunctive Question

    Quote Originally Posted by Miao.L View Post
    Is it correct to say- I guess you have gone to Madrid, haven't you?

    The background of asking this question is that someone is on a journey, for example, then I ask ' have you moved to the next destination Madrid?' So is it also correct to use 'have gone' in this case?

    Thanks a lot.

    Well, it sounds ok in this context, although I would say: you must be in Madrid now.

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