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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.
I hardly ever watch TV.
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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