How to Pronounce Been?

Correct pronunciation for the word "Been" is [bˈiːn], [bˈiːn], [b_ˈiː_n].

"Been" in context

Been is an English verb used in the past tense and past participle form, usually in combination with the auxiliary verb "have". It can also be used in the continuous and perfect aspects of tenses. Been is often used to express that an event or action has happened, or to describe a situation that has existed for some time.

For example, "She has been living here for three years." This sentence uses the perfect aspect in order to describe a situation that began in the past and is still true in the present.

Been can also be used to describe an event or action that is completed.

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