May 23, 2024

Use of Gone vs been in present perfect tense

Use of Gone vs been in present perfect tense

We use “Gone and Been” in Present Perfect Tense. 

  • Been means a complete visit of the place where you went and returned.
  • But gone means you have visited a place and you have not come yet it means you have gone.

Examples: Use of Gone vs been in present perfect tense

  • He has never been to Italy.
  • She has gone to the hospital.
  • They have gone to hostels.
  • Has your brother gone to Mumbai?
  • Have you ever been to London?
  • I have never been to London.
  • I have gone there several times.

 

Exercise I: (Use of Gone vs been in present perfect tense)

See the sentence carefully and use proper action between been and gone to complete the sentence:

  1. Have you ever ………. to Hong kong?
  2. I have never ……….. to hong kong.
  3. I have ……..     to hong kong.
  4. I have ……… to hong kong several times.
  5. She has   ……….. to market.
  6. Has he ……… to school?
  7. He has  ………. to school.
  8. They have ……… for a morning walk.
  9. Have you not ……….. to temple?
  10. I have not  ……….. to temple.

 Exercise II

Write suitable actions and fill in the blanks:

  1. Have you ever ……….. this game?     (play)
  2. Has he ever ………. This movie?      (see)
  3. He has never ……… to Jaipur.    (bee/go)
  4. They have never ………….. to Akshar Dhaam temple. (been/gone)
  5. I haven’t  ………. The truth.   (speak)
  6. She has ……….. me several times.  (tell)
  7. They have never ……….. to Jagannathpuri.  (been/gone/visited)
  8. I haven’t ………….. the station on time.  (reach/be)
  9. When  ………. You ……… this movie? I have seen this movie in January.   (did-see, have-seen)
  10. I have …………. to Chittaurgarh once a time.  (be/go)

 

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