Did you ever take a taxi? Here the question highlights the idea of "have you ever done this - even one time? Do you ever take a taxi? The question asks about the listener's travel habits. Native speakers might use them interchangeably without any specific difference in mind. Did" definitely refers to something that occurred in the past. It isn't meant to convey present meaning as "Have you ever taken a taxi?" does. I didn't mention anything about tense in post That may have led you and Nike to believe that I thought "Did you ever take a taxi?" referred to the present moment. That wasn't my point. I was trying to tell you that "did" limits the amount of time under consideration.
What is the craziest thing you’ve ever done? A wild story is on the way. 37. How often do you push yourself outside of your comfort zone? Again, doing the things you don’t want to do will help you grow. 11 Interesting and Funny Conversation Topics. Everyone loves to laugh and having a list of funny questions to ask will make you the funny guy. These 11 interesting and funny conversation topics can start things off on the right foot. Here are 11 interesting and incredibly funny conversation topics: Awkward Encounters. We’ve all had them and most make great stories. 40. Have you ever had to hold your tongue even though you really wanted to say what was on your mind? Sometimes we can’t say what’s on our mind for various reasons. Sometimes for self-preservation. 41. When is a time you got caught with your foot in your mouth? Have you ever been talking about someone and they walk up?
8 Present perfect (2) (I have done). Study this example conversation: DAVE: Have you travelled a lot, Jane? JANE: Yes, I've been to lots of places. DAVE: Really? Have you ever been to China? JANE: Yes, I've been to China twice. DAVE: What about India? JANE: No, I haven't been to India. When we talk about a period of time that continues from the past until now, we use the present perfect (have been/have travelled et. Here, Dave and Jane are talking about the places Jane has visited in her life (which is a period that continues until now). You are asking somebody questions about things he or she has done. Make questions from the words in brackets. 1. (ever/ride/horse?) Have you ever ridden a horse? 2. (ever/be/California?) 3. (ever/run/marathon?)
There was no chance that I would ever forge a signature. I knew that it was a crime. I had to come up with a new plan. On the morning of our first exam, I reached the hall 20 minutes before the exam started. I casually ask others to show me their hall tickets. One afternoon, I came down an alley to pick up some dead refrigerators left out by a maintenance guy I knew and ‘Butterfly Steve’ was laying in a puddle of his own blood. So I despairingly put it back, but it didn’t quite make it back on the rack, and fell of. nto my pocket! But I didn’t realize this. So I got home, and realized it was there.
I get up very early now. (A) must to (C) should to. (B) have to (D) ought. 3. How much to fly to New York? (A) costs it (C) does cost. 15. The teacher made me the exercise again. B) do (D) that I'll do. 16. You've made mistakes in your dictation. A) too many (C) very little. 20. It was place I had ever seen. 2. have made up my. (A) brains. C) the most beautiful. 24. Why don't you make a cup of coffee I'm finishing this? (A) till (C) during.
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