No. It's wrong (and classic Chinese English, incidentally). In a positive sentence using present perfect, you can't use ever after the have/has like this. Ever should only be used in a present perfect question or negative statement.My teacher has ever said that she doesn't enjoy teaching.
Is 'ever' correctly used?
Have you ever been to Japan?
She hasn't ever called me. (Which is grammatically equivalent to saying never, of course.)
I have ever been to Japan. X
She has ever called me. X
Here are a couple other miscellaneous ways to use it:
If you're ever in Chicago, look me up!
Ever the gentleman, Tom gave up his seat to an elderly woman.
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