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Has gone or had gone - past tense



At the time, Leigh was involved in an affair with English actor Laurence Olivier.





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If you aren't sure whether to use gone or went, remember that gone always needs an auxiliary verb before it has, have, had, is, am, are, was, were, be , but went doesn't.







When youhear someone say " She's gone", they mean " She hasgone".

Leigh appeared to be headed for a complete breakdown until producer David Selznick begged Olivier to visit and calm her down.

I have gone through all these rooms looking for my keys.







For instance, "I found out three minutes ago that he had gone" Reference time is "three minutes ago", and event time is in the past relative to that.








Description: If you have visited a place on holiday and then returned you have been there.

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Leigh appeared to be headed for a complete breakdown until producer David Selznick begged Olivier to visit and calm her down.

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    +181reps
    In the first one, with have, the action continues to the present moment. In the second one, with had, the action continues to a moment in the past. I have gone through all these rooms looking for my keys. [up to now] I had gone through all these rooms looking for my keys. [up to that time in the past] CJ CalifJim ohh thanks for ur help
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    have/has/had been vs. have/has/had gone H humam Member 1. Jim Has gone to Italy. (=he is there now or on his way there) 2. Jane has been to Italy. (=she has now come back) by Raymond Murphy 3. 'I went shopping yesterday.' 4. He told us he had been shopping the day before. 5.'I went to a brilliant lecture this morning.' 6.
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    Such usage is id­iomatic and is not re­ally an in­stance of a gen­eral gram­mat­i­cal rule. A non-na­tive speaker just has to re­mem­ber that. to be gone = to be far away; to have disappeared; (figuratively) to be dead. The form “have gone”, on the other hand, is the or­di­nary past per­fect of “to go” and can be used just.
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    Such usage is id­iomatic and is not re­ally an in­stance of a gen­eral gram­mat­i­cal rule. A non-na­tive speaker just has to re­mem­ber that. to be gone = to be far away; to have disappeared; (figuratively) to be dead. The form “have gone”, on the other hand, is the or­di­nary past per­fect of “to go” and can be used just.
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    Gone – The past tense form of this verb which must be used only after the words have, has, had, is, or any form of the word be. - had gone - has gone - is gone - have gone - will be gone - are gone - were gone - am gone - I had gone three miles down the road before I realized that I was driving in the wrong direction.
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