Are the following sentences grammatically correct and have the same meaning?

Have you ever been in Russia?

Have you been in Russia?

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  • John P
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    1 month ago
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    The first is reasonable, the second is not in use by native speakers.  

    But almost all native speakers, at least in Britain, would actually ask: "Have you ever been to Russia?"

  • 1 month ago

    Have you ever been in Russia? is correct sentence

  • 1 month ago

    Both the sentences carry different meanings.

    The first one enquiries someone if  he / she has ever visited Russia.

    The next one implies has the person ever lived in Russia for a short or long period.

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