Certainly slangy, not standard English, but you can find it elsewhere just the same.
To say the truth, is rarely found.
And I didn't do it–never've even been to Florida!
Sounds like "never ever have been to Florida", I would say so. Never ever - is a more emphatic way to say never, that is "never, never been..." etc (but, as you should not to use two negatives in a sentence, you say "never ever".)
You may never've even been outside America. The Swiss are tough and resourceful people and it extends to their defensive structure
I never've even been to that site before. Not MySpace but the video section. It's cool!
So, in this same train of thought...
"There would never've even been an English".
There would never been an English...
Maybe, to your understanding, it´s better this way "There would never been an English...''
[it sounds like it lacks something, though. perhaps there´s a suspension of though "There would been an English language/people etc...]
In other words, An English language/people wouldn´t exist at all.