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    WHEN TO USE "DO YOU EVER"

    I'd like to know when we use "do you ever" with examples. Thanks

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    Re: WHEN TO USE "DO YOU EVER"

    We don't give examples in the first instance here. You come up with some examples of how you think it should be used and we comment on your attempts.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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    Re: WHEN TO USE "DO YOU EVER"

    You have asked this question before. Click here and continue the discussion in that thread.

    You still have punctuation errors which I wouldn't expect from an English teacher.

    I'm closing this thread to avoid duplication.

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