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Is this correct?

I’m not sure if I had the advantage in using this formula since this has been around for years...

can someone explain on how to use have been ?

thanks
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Could you explain clearly what do you want to say?
Then, we can talk grammar.

Also, suggest making a search with
have been
(top right Search box at this site)
will give you lots of related threads
I have been, you have been, we have been, they have been; [these / those] have been, etc.
he has been, she has been, it has been, who has been?, [this / that] has been, etc.

CJ
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Hi,

Fine.

Clive
Dear Sir,

I would like to know where we can use the has been and have been, i do not have clear idea

Thanks & Regards
Shravan Kumar,
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This post should have answered your question:
CalifJimI have been, you have been, we have been, they have been; [these / those] have been, etc.
he has been, she has been, it has been, who has been?, [this / that] has been, etc.
CJ
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