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I want to combine two sentence into one sentence. But I'm not sure what whether correct or not.

  1. I have been honeymoon trip to Hongkong.
  2. It was my last trip.

1+2: I have been honeymoon trip (that) was my last trip to HongKong.

Is this correct? Or is there any other options? How about to use 'was' make sentence at #1 instead 'have pp'? I'm not sure what is correct using tense?

How about this for else option, instead #1. 1-1 I did honeymoon trip to Hongkong. 2-1 It was my last trip. 3-1 I did honeymoon trip (that) was my last trip to hongkong.

  • "I went honeymoon trip" is not grammatical. You can go on a trip, or take a trip. You certainly need an article :) – oerkelens Oct 28 '14 at 14:08
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    Where do you see 'went' in my sentence? – Carter Oct 28 '14 at 14:20
  • Sure, there was no went. Very sharp. But "I have been honeymoontrip" is as bad, and whether you say "went", "have been", "did", "invented" or "could possibly have executed" does not change the main point of my remark: your sentence is ungrammatical because of the way you use "honeymoon trip". But if you prefer to joke about the verb I chose in my example sentence when trying to point out a mistake in order to help you, be my guest ;) – oerkelens Oct 28 '14 at 14:46
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Sentence 1 is not correct. It needs "on", or other wording.

I have been on my honeymoon trip to Hong Kong. I was on my honeymoon trip to Honk Kong. I went to Hong Kong on my honeymoon.

Sentence 2 uses "last". Do you mean "latest,most recent", or "last, I will never go again."

Putting the two main sentences together

I have been on my honeymoon which was my latest trip to Hong Kong.

I was on my honeymoon trip to Hong Kong ; it was my last trip. (Fancy semi-colon) On my last trip to Hong Kong I went on my honeymoon. My last trip to Hong Kong was my honeymoon.

  • Thanks steve, if you can, Would you please let me know why 'on' is needed to the sentence as grammatically? Then should I have to use always 'on' in every sentence with have been structure sentence? – Carter Oct 28 '14 at 14:27
  • Also should I use 'my' in your answer in sentence 1? – Carter Oct 28 '14 at 14:36
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    @user1917217: no, you have to use on with trip. You go on a trip, you do not go a trip. The verb or the verb tense is less important. For my: you need either an article or some other qualifier (my or our): you go on a trip, you do not go on trip. – oerkelens Oct 28 '14 at 14:49
  • @oerkelens : Let me ask you one more above relative above question. Which one is more prefer sentence. 1. I was join this project since 4 years ago. 2. I have joined this project since 4 years ago. 3. I joined this project since 4 years ago. – Carter Oct 28 '14 at 15:42
  • Also I want to ask @Wichita Steve about above question too. – Carter Oct 28 '14 at 15:48
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You could say: "I went to honeymoon trip in Hong Kong. It was my last trip."

Or

"I did my honeymoon trip in Hong Kong. It was my last trip. "

Breaking these sentences with a 'period' looks much better.

Or much better is:

"In my last trip I went honeymooning in Hong Kong"

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    "To honeymoon trip" makes me think that "Honeymoon Trip" is a place in Hong Kong. I think I went on a honeymoon trip is better. – oerkelens Oct 28 '14 at 14:07

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