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    #1

    have been / had been

    1. I had been to Disneyland before I was 12.

    2. I have been to Disneyland before I was 12.

    Are both sentences correct? If so, what is the difference in meaning?


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    #2

    Re: have been / had been

    Only #1 is correct as you say "before I was twelve"

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    #3

    Re: have been / had been

    Thanks, Anglika.

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