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Olya
From podcast (script) I've never been to Edinburgh I've never been to Harrods Why TO not IN ?
Feb 5, 2014 10:19 AM
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This is just one of the things you need to memorize. When talking about places, we use [subject] + [have been] + TO + [place].
February 5, 2014
Thanks
February 5, 2014
I have been to Harrods, but I have never been in Harrods. The in means inside. I can go to a place or be at a place. I am at the entrance to Harrods. I can only be in places such as a building or chair or a bed. I have been in bed reading.
February 5, 2014
Olya
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