have never been
I have never been achieved so far but now I decided to achieve something that may be learning English or earning money.
Please correct my sentence.
Re: have never been
'achieve' means to accomplish in the sense of reaching/attaining a goal with effort.
Originally Posted by user_gary
The way I see it:
You can't achieve a process, such as learning. But you can achieve a goal of improving your English skills. Learning is the process, 'skills' is the goal. You can undertake smth like learning.