- Will ever be meaning?
- Is Have you seen correct?
- Did you check or have you checked?
- Has anyone seen or saw?
- Is I seen it proper English?
- Did check or checked?
- Have checked or had checked?
- Have you ever seen Meaning?
- Did you ever have you ever difference?
- Did not check or checked?
- Have you seen me meaning?
- What tense is have you ever?
Will ever be meaning?
‘ever’ means at any time that qualifies.
Only times that are in the future can be described by ‘will be’.
Thus ‘will ever be’ refers to the entirety of the future.
Is Have you seen correct?
These phrases are all correct. “Have” cannot apply: it is used when the past is “attached” to this time. In other words, it is not a question of how far back something happened.
Did you check or have you checked?
The tense of “did you checked” is incorrect, so use “have you checked.”
Has anyone seen or saw?
Saw is the PAST TENSE of the verb see, and usually comes immediately after NOUNS and PRONOUNS. Seen is the PAST PARTICIPLE of the VERB see. Generally, seen is used alongside have, has, had, was or were in a sentence to make COMPOUND VERBS. … It doesn’t need another VERB to prop it up.
Is I seen it proper English?
In standard English, it’s “I’ve seen” not “I’ve saw.” The helping verb “have” (abbreviated here to “’ve”) requires “seen.” In the simple past (no helping verb), the expression is “I saw,” not “I seen.” “I’ve seen a lot of ugly cars, but when I saw that old beat-up Rambler I couldn’t believe my eyes.”
Did check or checked?
Re: Did you checked your portfolio? or Did you check your porrtfolio ? Welcome to the forum. The auxiliary “Do/does/did” is always used with the bare infinitive, when constructing the interrogative in the present or the past simple.
Have checked or had checked?
“I had checked” is the past perfect, which is used when you want to reference an earlier time than the time of reference: “I had checked the draft the previous month, bit rechecked it again later.” “I had check” is grammatically wrong, you need a participle after “had” (or “have”).
Have you ever seen Meaning?
While, “have you ever seen?” is spoken when you are asking someone if they have seen a particular person or thing at any time maybe even once in their whole life. For example: Have you seen Claire?
Did you ever have you ever difference?
The meaning for “have you ever …” is “have you had such and such a life experience” and for “do you ever …”, the meaning is, “is this part of the routine in your life?” Below is a dialogue between a lawyer and a client. The lawyer uses “Did you” because she is looking for a specific date.
Did not check or checked?
Didn’t check would mean, an activity, checking, was not done. Whether they check always or not. Hadn’t checked would mean, possession of, checking activity. Which leads to the meaning, he/she would always check there sth(something, cell) but on this occasion it was not done.
Have you seen me meaning?
“Have you seen” implies that the person saw your glasses sometime in the recent past right up to the present moment. “Did you see” is asking if the person has ever seen your glasses, at any time in the past. It makes a big difference if you’re looking for a lost pair of glasses.
What tense is have you ever?
present perfect tenseThe present perfect tense is made with have/has + pp verb. The pp verb is often regular and we form it with verb + ed (same as simple past verb) E.g. play – played – played If the verb is irregular you have to learn the past simple and pp verb form.