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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #30234: Ever / never
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    Ever / never

    EVER or NEVER?

    I) Affirmative clauses / question clauses


    Have you ever been to England? 
    = I want to know if you have already visited England once.

    It was the funniest movie he had ever seen. 

    = I've never seen such a funny movie.


    if + ever 

    If  ever I meet Paul again, I'll offer him a drink. 


    Hardly ever

    hardly ever watch TV. 

    = rarely 

    II) Negative clauses;

    "never" in negative clauses.

    I have never been to England. 

    I would never have bought a pink car! 

    Why do you never listen to me? 


    Complete with the right word.

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    1. If you accept this offer, we'll offer you a yellow umbrella!

    2. Why do they come to our meetings? Have you got an idea?

    3. She hardly phones her brother, that's a pity!

    4. Have you been to New York in winter?

    5. Jane was the most beautiful woman he had seen.

    6. If you come here, don't forget to give me a call!

    7. The meal was horrible! I'll come there again!

    8. One day, the poor man disappeared and came back.

    9. He's understood why she was so cross with him.

    10. I wonder if I'll be able to speak Chinese fluently one day!

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