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What does "walk down the road" mean?

"Walking on the street" is not common. If it means anything, it gives the place that you were walking. You can say "I was walking on the grass" or "I was walking on the ...
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What is the difference between have been and went?

Simple answer. When speaking vaguely about the time use "have been" or "I've been". Example: "I've been to Greece (before)." When you are being more precise about the ...
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