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2. Have you ever visited your friend? [correta]
3. I still haven't eaten.
4. Have you ever studied for the test?
5. You haven’t spoken about this yet.
6. I have just made a call. [correta]
7. I still haven’t made dinner.
8. I’ve never lived outside Brazil.
9. Have you ever gone swimming?
10. I have already forgotten this issue. [correta]
11. I've never broken a leg.
12. You haven’t read this book yet. [correta]
Gustavo Sena escreveu:Should I answer just like when the person asks with ever, using already and never, regarding that the second question has already:
Yes, I had ALREADY met my best friend.
No, I had NEVER met my best friend.
Or can I use both ways to respond?
Gustavo Sena escreveu:Sra. Tradutora, as you said, we can use never as an opposite for EVER but not for ALREADY.
it is still possible to use Never, if we make some changes in the structure of the past perfect:
Had you ever tried to speak English before attending E.E?
Yes, I had already tried to speak English before attending E.E.
No, I had NEVER tried to speak English before attending E.E.
I'm right, aren't I?