Look at the sentences below: I've been to France five times. I've been in London for about 3 weeks. I've been is the present perfect of the verb be. We use the present perfect when we talk about - our experiences (events that have happened in our lives) - situations that started in the past and continued to the present moment However, there is an important difference between been to and been in.
What is wrong with this sentence? *I feel badly today.* Verbs like feel, sound, look, taste, appear and seem are called sense verbs. In English, we normally use sense verbs with adjectives (“I feel bad today”), not adverbs.
When we talk about the future in English, we often use the present continuous and will + infinitive. We use the present continuous to talk about plans for the future. We use 'will + infinitive" when we make predictions and spontaneous decisions.