字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント in this lesson on A and Jean used the present perfect form of be in these sentences. Yes, and it's beautiful. You lived here for so long and you haven't been to the zoo. I've never been to DC's zoo. I've never been to any Jews in American English. We say the past participle of B has been This is different from British English in British, English. You would usually say I have bean to the zoo. Now you try it. Make a sentence with the present. Perfect. To answer this question, try using the American English pronunciation Been. Have you ever been to a zoo? Yes. I have been to a zoo before. No, I have never been to a zoo before.