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English Grammar Pattern 67
"Have you always" + Verb + Adjective or Verb or Noun

Model Sentence
(1) Have you always (2) been (3) such a good student?

Starting with English Grammar Pattern 67, we will learn how to use various English verb tenses. This pattern uses "been", the past participle of "be", to talk about how past actions or experiences affect the present (now). You can answer English questions starting with "Have you ever" by using either "Yes, I have" or "No, I haven't", then you can give more information.

Pronunciation Practice - Repeat each sentence out loud!

1. Have you always had blond hair?
2. Have you always been so thin?
3. Have you always taught English?
4. Have you always worked for that company?
5. Have you and your sister always been such good students?
Conversation Practice - Ask these questions to your friends!
1. Have you always lived in the same home?
2. Have you always worked at the same job?
3. Have you always been the same weight you are now?
4. Have you always used the Internet for learning?
5. Have you always been interested in the same kind of movies?

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