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    in my ever life

    Is it grammatical to say "in my ever life"? For example:
    Entering the XXX high school is the most important event in my ever life.

    If it is not, what is the correct expression?
    If it is, what expression can be used to substitute it?

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    Re: in my ever life

    Quote Originally Posted by runbabyrun View Post
    Is it grammatical to say "in my ever life"? For example:
    Entering the XXX high school is the most important event in my ever life.

    If it is not, what is the correct expression?
    If it is, what expression can be used to substitute it?
    "...the most important event ever in my life".

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