72 – Using Ever & Never To Talk About Experience

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Ever & never can be used with the present perfect tense to talk about experience. For today’s English lesson, I’m going to show you how to use these words in your English conversations.

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Comments 4

  1. Good morning Michael,
    You mentioned four ethnic neighborhoods: Brasil, Korea, Italy, China. I would like to visit little Brazil because I have never eaten authentic Brazilian food!

  2. It is not unusal to see ever used with the present and past tense: Do you ever go to the mal; did you ever go to the Statue of Liberty when you went to New York.In these cases, does it have another meaning?
    What about the use of ever meaning of all times or in the world? Can I use it interchangebly with one of these expressions? Another doubt I have is when using ever just for emphasis, especially regarding its placement in the phrase – always at the end of the sentence?

    1. Hi Sergio. A lot of native speakers use the both the present and past tense as you mentioned.
      We also say, “This is the best pizza ever” meaning “in the world” or “of all times” so you are correct in all your ideas šŸ™‚

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