|'been to' / 'gone to'|
from Korea asks:
Please tell me the difference between: ‘Find somebody who has been to England.?and ‘Find somebody who has gone to England.?
been is the past participle of be
Been is used to describe completed visits. So if somebody from Korea has been to England twice, he or she has travelled there and back twice. If somebody has gone to England, he or she has not yet returned.
In your example sentence, Mysun, it would be difficult, if not impossible, to find somebody who has gone to England, for they would still be there!