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    #1

    Post grammar and examples about when to use "do you ever"

    hi, everyone in the USA i am having trouble understanding when to use "Do you ever..." i would like someone from the USA, because of the athentic usage, to explain me with more examples or questions. I am looking forward to recieving your answers thank u so much.

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    Re: grammar and examples about when to use "do you ever"

    Welcome to the forum, peruvianyoungteacher.

    It's unfortunate that I have to start by criticising the standard of your English. Students and learners here expect teachers to write grammatically and without spelling mistakes. For example, English sentences must begin with a capital letter (just like Spanish ones do); 'I' is always capitalised, and a spellcheck would have corrected authentic, receiving and you.

    It's not a good idea to specify a particular country from which you want answers. This is an international forum, so you can expect to receive help from members all over the world. A click on Member Info will tell you our nationalities and where we are writing from.

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    'Do you ever watch Jeopardy?'
    'Do you ever play tennis?'
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 13-Jul-2015 at 08:14.

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    Re: grammar and examples about when to use "do you ever"

    Do you ever check the punctuations and spellings of your message before you post it on the forum?

    The person asking the question thinks it is unlikely that you would have done that.
    I am not a teacher.

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    Re: grammar and examples about when to use "do you ever"

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****


    Hello, Peruvianyoungteacher:

    I have made up these examples. I think that they are grammatically correct.

    James: I know that you eat only healthful foods. Do you ever eat ice cream?
    Mona: Only on my birthday.

    Mona: Do you ever tweet?
    James: No.
    Mona: Why not?
    James: I don't even know what Twitter is.

    George: Do you ever walk to school? I know that you live only four blocks from school.
    Tony: Are you crazy? I take a bus. If I had a car, I would drive.

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