Went or gone

The words “Went and gone” are formed from the word “go”. The word “went” is a past form and the word “gone” is a present perfect form. These both words derived from the root word “Go”. Usages of the words “Went” and “Gone” depend on the tense. Went is a word of past form and Gone is a present perfect form. When you will use the word “Gone”, then you must use has, have or had with the word. Suppose, I have gone home, you have gone market or he had gone there. Without using has, have or had; you cannot use the word “Gone”. You cannot use any of the present perfect form without using any of the word from has, have or had. You will use have and has based on the first or second person or singular or plural noun or pronoun.
The word “Went” is a past form according to tense and you will use “Went” in the place of past form of word “Go”. In this form, you do not look at the person or noun or pronoun, you just use “Went”. The meaning of the word “Go”. I hope that you have understand well and you can use the right word in right place.

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