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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #116683: Ever and Never
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    Ever and Never

    Ever, Never


    Ever= "at any time".

    Ever is generally used in questions.

    -Do you ever eat meat?

    -Have you ever been to Mauritius?

    Never= "at no time".

    -He has never eaten meat.

    -I'll never forget her.

    -I never go to the movies.

    Ever and never go immediately before the main verb.

    -I never eat meat.

    -Do you ever go to the movies?

    Exceptions are the verb be and modal verbs (can, etc.).

    -I am never angry.

    -I can never remember his name.

    -You should never swear.

    When speaking about our past we use the present perfect with ever and never.

    -I have never been to Mauritius.

    -Have you ever been to Mauritius?

    -It is the best pizza I have ever tasted.



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    1. I thought I could get over her.

    2. Sometimes I wonder if she'll stop smoking.

    3. I doubted the love she had for me.

    4. He and I could see eye to eye.

    5. She is the only girl who has accepted to go out with me.

    6. Don't tell me you have lied in your lifetime.

    7. I could go back to where I fought in Vietnam.

    8. If she leaves me, I don't think I'll be able to love again.

    9. I always have problems and nobody can help me.

    10. Don't give up when the going gets tough.

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