Is Youve A Word?

Have been sent meaning?

by saying “She has been sent a parcel” implies that it has been sent very recently or even presently.

Past tense is usually vague and you have to state a time “I was sent a parcel” could mean a year ago.

So I’d say use has/ have been when something has just happened..

Have been there meaning?

Definition of I have been there —used to say that one has experienced the same thing that someone else has experiencedI know how you feel. I’ve been there myself.

Where have you been all my life meaning?

An expression used to glibly tell someone that they are one’s perfect romantic match, and that one wishes one had met them sooner in life.

Have been meaning to meaning?

It’s a phrase that simply means that you wanted to do something for a long time and just repeat it. “I’ve been meaning to do something. I’ve been meaning to. I’ve been meaning to.” And then it becomes your second nature.

Is ‘i’d past tense?

I’d rather and it’s time are also followed by the unreal past. The verb is in the past tense, but the situation is in the present. When we want to talk about a course of action we would prefer someone else to take, we use I’d rather + past tense.

Is ‘i’d I had or I would?

The contraction I’d can mean either ‘I would’ or ‘I had’. If you’re unable to understand the meaning of I’d (or he’d, she’d, we’d, etc.) from the context of a sentence, try looking at the verb form that follows it: would is followed by the bare infinitive (infinitive without to)

How do you use have had in one sentence?

We use have had in the present perfect when the main verb is also “have”:I’m not feeling well. I have had a headache all day.She has had three children in the past five years.We have had some problems with our computer systems recently.He has had two surgeries on his back.

Had been meaning?

“Had been” is the past perfect tense and is used in all cases, singular and plural. The past perfect tense refers to something that began in the past and was still true at another time that also was in the past.

Where you been or where have you been?

The difference between them is the tense. “Where had you been” is grammatically correct when talking in past perfect tense. While “where have you been” is used when talking in present perfect tense.

How do you answer Where have you been?

If there isn’t an obvious answer you are happy to share, just say “elsewhere”. Of course if you should have been with your friend but weren’t, and don’t want to say where, you can just apologise for not having been there.

Where you’ve been meaning?

It means “what was your location during some time period in the past?”. It is quite often used to refer to the last few hours/days/weeks, e.g. when you haven’t seen someone for a while. But it can also be used for other lengths of time in the last, like “ow you travelled during the holidays? where have you been?”.

How do I use I’ve been?

I’ve been there, is in the present perfect tense. We use the present perfect tense to say that something has happened in the past, but has a connection to something in the present. For example if someone has already mentioned a specific place, and you reply – I’ve been there.