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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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"She nods for him to open the box full of butter biscuits"

This is not an idiom. In English cultures a "nod" (moving the head down and up) is the body language sign for "Yes". The word "for" can indicate a purpose. The purpose ...
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