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    grammar about "ever" in simple present questions with examples

    I'd like to know when we use ever in simple present questions with examples explaining the grammar, please thanks.

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    Re: grammar about "ever" in simple present questions with examples

    I see nothing that needs explaining about the grammar, 'Ever', meaning 'at any time' is frequently used in such questions.


    Does your husband ever buy you flowers?
    Do you ever fall asleep when you are watching television?

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    Re: grammar about "ever" in simple present questions with examples

    Hello. peruvianyoungteacher.

    Have you checked this?
    https://www.usingenglish.com/forum/t...-you-ever-quot

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