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I went to the store.
I have gone to the store.

Which is correct and what is the difference?
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I went to the store means that you have been & have come back.

I have gone to the store means that you are still there.
They are both correct however "I went to the store" is much more commonly used and "I have gone to the store" sounds a bit awkward.
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Hi,

Both sentences are correct and define the two types of tense.

I went to the store ( simple past tense)

I have gone to the store ( Present Perfect Tense)
ElephantShoe I went to the store. I have gone to the store. Which is correct and what is the difference?
I went to the store

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I went to the store.

Both are correct.

I went to the store is a simple past tense.

I have gone to the store is a simple perfect tense.

In most cases “I went to the store,” is correct. The “i have” construction is only used if the action is somehow still happening or still affecting your life.

for example:

I have walked to the store every Tuesday for the last 10 years and I will walk there as long as my legs let me


when I lived downtown, I walked to the store every Tuesday. I miss those days.

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