Common mistake have bin (been)

Common Mistake: "Have bin" instead of "Have been"


  • Using "have bin" instead of "have been" incorrectly.


  • Replace "have bin" with "have been" to form proper grammar.

Using "have bin" instead of "have been" is a common mistake made by individuals who are not familiar with standard English grammar rules. The correct phrase to use in this context is "have been."

For example:

  • Incorrect: I have bin to the store.
  • Correct: I have been to the store.

The incorrect use of "have bin" can make your sentence sound unprofessional or confusing to a native English speaker. By using the correct phrase "have been," you convey your message accurately and fluently.

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have bin (been) mistake examples

  • Incorrect:
    I have bin there all my life.

    I have been there all my life.

  • Incorrect:
    I haven't bin there yet.

    I haven't been there yet.

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