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1. I have been late for school more than ten times when I was a middle school student.

2. I have not broken windows before.

3. I have never used a cell phone in class.

4. I have played ball in my classroom before.

5. I have ever played ball in my classroom.

(Are they all grammatical? Is #5 a corect expression?)

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    #5. no. I have never...is fine and you might hear the question: "Have you ever..." but not as it is. You could say: "I have always..."

    Sra

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