In this video, learn the difference between “have been” and “has been”.
Both “have been” and “has been” are used with the present perfect and present perfect continuous tenses.
The choice between “have been” and “has been” depends on the subject of the sentence.
“Have been” is used with the subjects: I, You, We, They.
“Has been” is used with the subjects: He, She, It.
Learn English grammar in this video and understand how to use “have been” and “has been”.
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