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Habit) I've never had a better/light. ) never + affirmative can sometimes replace an ordinary negative: I waited but he never fumed up. ) never + interrogative can be used to express the speaker's surprise at the non-performance of an action: Has he never been to Japan? I'm surprised, because his wife is Japanese. ever means 'at any time' and is chiefly used in the interrogative: Has he ever marched in a demonstration? ~ No, he never has. ever can be used with a negative verb and, especially with compound tenses, can often replace never + affirmative: I haven't ever eaten snails.

Examples of which and who used for people; Who do you want to speak to? ~ I want to speak to Mr Smith. ~ We have two Smiths here. Which (a/them) do you want? Which (pronoun) of people is not used alone as subject of a verb: Which of you knows the formula? ) Who knows the formula? would also be possible. which (adjective) can be used of people when there is only a very slight idea of restriction: Which poet (of all the poets) do you like best? what would be possible here and would be more logical, but what (adjective) for people is normally avoided.

Round and round flew the plane. But if the subject is a pronoun it is placed before the verb: Away they went. Round and round it flew. There is more drama in this order than in subject + verb + adverb but no difference in meaning. F In written English adverb phrases introduced by prepositions (down, from. ) can be followed by verbs indicating position (crouch, hang. ), by verbs of motion, by be born, die, live and sometimes other verbs: From the rafters hung strings of onions. In the doorway stood a man with a gun.

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