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    Did you go / Have you gone / Have you been ?

    I know how to use all of these auxiliary verbs, but I don't know the difference between these sentences, and I would like to know which of these sentences I must use to ask if someone went to somewhere, and I also would like that someone explains me how and when to use them.


    What sentence is correct?


    - Where did you go yesterday ?

    - Where have you gone yesterday ?

    - Where have you been yesterday ?


    I thank for replies!

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    Re: Did you go / Have you gone / Have you been ?

    Quote Originally Posted by johnnesteixeira View Post
    I know how to use all of these auxiliary verbs, but I don't know the difference between these sentences, and I would like to know which of these sentences I must use to ask if someone went to somewhere, and I also would like that someone explains me how and when to use them.


    What sentence is correct?


    - Where did you go yesterday ?

    - Where have you gone yesterday ?

    - Where have you been yesterday ?


    I thank for replies!
    Where did you go yesterday?
    Where were you yesterday?

    The other two you posted are incorrect.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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