A place i have been to

ive ever been too

According to L. You have already introduced 'most beautiful place' in your question.

One of the best places ive ever been to

Have you been away? In this case, "since I last saw you" marks the point of time that the speaker began staying in Stockholm, and is still there. I think you can see the relationship between the indicative and the interrogative: 1 I have visited California. My third last one I promise was when I was in Interlaaken, Switzerland and when paragliding. I swam with the wild dolphins which was awesome! I remember going into the Hard Rock Cafe bar and this band were playing the Eagles Hotel California and my mum and I were making the most of the song because we'd both had too much sangria and cocktails That song is a memory for us now as well as the actual holiday which was fantastic and will remain in my memory for ever 5. For example, "I've been to the hospital" clearly indicates that the speaker has visited the hospital; "I've been in the hospital" means that the person has been a patient in the hospital. Posted by travelover Respected Member posts 15y Star this if you like it! New Orleans was, to date, the best trip I've been on. I'd love to do it again!

For example, "I've been to the hospital" clearly indicates that the speaker has visited the hospital; "I've been in the hospital" means that the person has been a patient in the hospital. I remember this one par of the gorge in particular where there was a very strong current that you had to paddle against.

I was in Zambia, Africa and I went white water rafting on the Zambezi river. I've said this in countless forums but this city has captivated me for many reasons. Your sentence from L.

What?s the most interesting place you?ve visited and why? interview question

Although I like to experience many different destinations, I can definitely see myself going back there many times. My next trips I am planning are to Easter Island and also St Petersburg so if anyone has been to either I would love some advice! Or why do you think you would need to use there? There was about , people in the crowd, and it was complete and utter chaos! Or: Have you ever been there? I haven't travelled much yet, but one of my best experiences was in Merzouga Dunes, in the Sahara Morocco. Posted by james Travel Guru posts 15y Star this if you like it! The road trip we took going down there was an experience that brought us my friend, my sis, and myself together. That is the pattern. Not only were the views amazing but the guides were tons of fun and were absolutely hilarious. We also learned quite a bit about the city of New Orleans, and marvelled at the atmosphere of the city. What's the most beautiful place you've ever been to? Posted by mtlchica Respected Member posts 15y Star this if you like it!

Again, the first choice, there as an adverb is the way native speakers express this, at least in AmE, BrE, and Australian English. Posted by Tiago Full Member 22 posts 15y Star this if you like it!

What's the most beautiful place you've ever been to? I went all by myself because my friends wanted to go hiking instead and I loved it so much. Posted by orienteyec Full Member 84 posts 15y Star this if you like it!

But my most amazing holiday I had was with my mum in Lanzarote.

What is the best place you ve ever been to

Am I correct, or is it just a mistake? I was in Zambia, Africa and I went white water rafting on the Zambezi river. In this case, the speaker would not use "been to. According to L. I can't say the same about having loads and loads of places to choose from but the most amazing place I've visited is New Orleans. I'd love to do it again! I remember this one par of the gorge in particular where there was a very strong current that you had to paddle against. We had a great time and became alot closer. What's the most beautiful place you've ever been to? I've also been in Copenhagen, Milan, and Barcelona. You have already introduced 'most beautiful place' in your question. Posted by Tiago Full Member 22 posts 15y Star this if you like it!

Am I correct, or is it just a mistake?

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English Grammar: "Have you ever been to (a place)?"