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    are they correct!

    1)I go there once a year but I have not been there for 2 years

    2)I usually go there once in a year but I have not gone there for about 2 years.

    which one is correct or is there any grammar mistake?...

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    Re: are they correct!

    Hi ovair

    1) I used to go there once a year but I have not been there for 2 years.

    Colloquial
    I used to go once a year but haven't been for 2 years.

    2) I usually go there once a year but I have not gone/been there for about 2 years.

    Colloquial
    I usually go once a year but haven't been for about 2 years.


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