Lesson 1, Topic 1
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5.2 Asking Questions with “Have You Ever”

Faster English July 3, 2024

“Have you ever” is a common phrase used to ask about past experiences. It’s often followed by a verb in the past participle form. For example:

Have you ever tried sushi?

Have you ever been to New York City?

When we use “have you ever,” we’re asking about an experience that someone may or may not have had. It’s a good way to start a conversation and learn more about someone’s past.