Student or Learner
I love having been in your country.
I can't understand the meaning of this sentence.
Could anyone explain it?
Here is my try :
A = China
B = England
A now met B in England
A to B = I love being in your country.
But I don't know, when should I say (I love having been in your country)
It is complete new tense for me. I never come across such a sentence (having been).
Could you now help me?
Thank you Harry Smith
Could anyone give me some examples of the type (having/....`ing' been)?