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    finwing is offline Newbie
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    Default It was the best I've ever had vs It was the best I ever had

    I'm non-native speaker and need your help with this.
    If I mean something best to me so far, though I experienced it in the past, which one will be correct?
    And 'It is the best I've ever had' can also be acceptable to mean the same?

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    Default Re: It was the best I've ever had vs It was the best I ever had

    You can use either. There is no practical difference in meaning.

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