In one of the mini quiz questions the answer options gave en not a as the chosen preposition: never have I gone to Paris (it said en Paris, not a Paris). We can use either and they'd be right?
In the question we are asking for the right sentence for "I have never been to Paris.", and we give this answer:
If we use the verb "estar" we need preposition "en", we cannot use "a". In English, you generally use "been to/gone to [somewhere]". In Spanish we cannot say "estar a [somewhere]. In order to use preposition "a" you'd need to use the verb "to go":
I hope this helps,
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