*** Brighton in the rain- present perfect ‘I’ve never been to… ***
Todd: Have you ever been to Asia?
Katie: Yes, I have. Many times.
Todd: Where have you been?
Katie: I have been to Japan, Korea and China.
Todd: Have you been to Indonesia?
Katie: No, I haven’t been there yet!
Todd: Have you ever eaten Japanese food?
Katie: I have. I have eaten lots of Japanese food.
Todd: What foods have you eaten?
Katie: I’ve eaten sushi, ramen, and yaki-soba.
Todd: Have you tried natto?
Katie: No, I haven’t, but I’ve heard it’s disgusting.
Todd: Have you seen the new Star Wars movie?
Katie: Yes, I have seen them all.
Todd: Have you seen all the Spiderman movies?
Katie: No, I haven’t. Have you?
Todd: Yes, I have seen them all except the latest one.
Katie: Oh, I’ve seen that one! It’s good!
Todd: Have you tried the new café?
Katie: No, I haven’t. I haven’t had time. Have you?
Todd: I have. It is really nice, but I’ve only been there once.
Katie: I’ve heard it is really nice.
Todd: It is! They’ve a nice job!
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