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    have just been to see

    Is there really any difference between these two?

    1. I've just been to see the movie again on my own.

    2. I've just seen the movie again on my own.


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    Re: have just been to see

    The first would involve going out to the cinema, etc, while the second could have been at the cinema or at home.


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