Lesson 1, Topic 1
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2.2 The Present Perfect with “Ever” and “Never”

Faster English July 3, 2024

When talking about life experiences, we can use “ever” in questions and “never” in negative statements with the Present Perfect tense.

“Ever” is used to ask if someone has had a particular experience, while “never” is used to state that someone has not had that experience. For example:

Have you ever been to Italy? (Question)

I have never been to Italy. (Negative statement)