What is the difference "I have been to Australia." vs "I went to Australia."? When do you use each one?
I wont accept your explanation for 'I have been to Australia'.
'I have been to Australia' - It means I have visited Australia and probably traveled back to some other countries or bact to own country. A person who is there in Australia can't say that 'I have been to Australia' since already he is Australia'
Additionally: About ''I went to Australia'' - It doesn't imply you don't know when you're comming back.
Last edited by Jason72; 09-Jul-2007 at 16:23. Reason: One L left out...