Phrase: Where Have You Been?
Hey guys, today, we learn the phrase: Where have you been? Enjoy ;)
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Amigos, you’re listening to the English Made Simple Show. This is episode number 279, number two hundred and seventy-nine, numero dos cientos setenta y nueve.
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Thank you everyone for joining me today.
In today’s segment that I like to call the “Short and sweet” segment, we’re going to learn about a phrase… or more a question that goes like this.
“Where have you been”?
Let me just tell you how you can use this phrase.
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