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Their mother Mrs. Wang remembers, "People always pointed at my children and other kids made fun of them and hated them just because they were deaf. They were so embarrassed that they cried. It always broke my heart – and there was never anything I could to do change things!"
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Is it possible to use the past tense with always or never?
No, it means all the time or all the time during a specified period.
I always got the bus to school as a child but now I always drive to work.
I never walked to school as a child. Now I always work to work.
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