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which one is correct ?

-I am really looking forward to our trip to London. I can't wait to see the city again.

-But you told me you didn't know London.

- I think you misunderstood me, I said I -was going

-had gone

-had been going

-used to be going

back and forwards to London on business for many years, but I did not know it from a tourist's point of view.

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First, what do you think, please?

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-had gone This is the simplest and best choice

-had been going This is also possible

-used to be going No

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Actually, I did choose used to be going but I am not sure because had been going sounds correct.

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