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1. I have learned Chines this year.
2. I have ever learned Chinese this year.
3. I have been learning Chinese this year.

(Is #1 similar to #2 or #3? in meaning?)

4. He has gone to Japan this year.
5. He has just finished writing a book in Chinese this year.

(Are both grammatical?)

  • English -

    Number 2 is wrong because "ever" should not be used in this sentence.

    Numbers 1, 2, 4, and 5 are both correct.

  • English -

    Please ignore "both" in my last sentence.

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