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    What's the Difference

    Hi everyone,

    Could someone please tell me the difference in meaning between these two lines and what tenses they are in.

    1. I've been to that restaurant before.

    2. I had been to that restaurant before.

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    Re: What's the Difference

    Quote Originally Posted by ronan200 View Post
    Hi everyone,

    Could someone please tell me the difference in meaning between these two lines and what tenses they are in.

    1. I've been to that restaurant before.

    2. I had been to that restaurant before.
    "I've" means "I have".
    "I have been" is present prefect tense.
    "I had been' is past perfect tense."

    You can find these tenses explained almost anywhere.

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