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I want to know when to use 'Having been'? How it is used? It

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I want to know when to use 'Having been'?
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11. Native to South America, when peanuts were introduced
to Africa by Portuguese explorers early in the sixteenth
century they were quickly adopted into Africa's
agriculture. probably because of being so similar to the
Bambarra groundnut, a popular indigenous plant.



(E) peanuts, introduced to Africa by Portuguese
explorers early in the sixteenth century and
having been quickly adopted into Africa's
agriculture, probably because they were
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