Fill:have been (to/in) or have gone (to)
1. A: I looked everywhere for you. Where have you been?
B: At my neighbour's. Her mother has gone to France and she wanted some help with the cooking.
2. A:Where's your brother?
B: He has gone to Jimmy's; they wanted to study together.
3. A: Sorry, I'm late.
B:Where have you gone?
A:To the supermarket. Where's Josh?
B: He has been in a football match
4. A: I have not been to the new cafeteria at the end of the street. Would you like to check it out?
B:To be honest, no. I have already been there and the service was extremely bad.
5. A: I haven't seen Mary for ages.
B: Didn't you know? She has gone to Spain. She left two months ago.