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I am not going to shop there ever.

I am not going to shop there, ever. (A comma is needed.)

I wii not join dance classes,ever.

Can you also tell me what ever in this sentence means please.

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I will not join a dance class, ever.

This is an idiomatic and emphatic way of saying

I will never join a dance class.

Clive

I promise that i will not join the army, or any other branch of the military,ever.



Can you please tell me what ever in this sentence means. Thank you so much.

anonymousCan you please tell me what ever in this sentence means.

Combined with "not" it means "never."

It is an emphasis on the promise.

I promise that I will NEVER join the army, or any other branch of the military.
I promise that I will not join the army, or any other branch of the military, ever. (At any time in the future.)

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Can you please explain what this means with the word ever.

I promise i will not join the army, or any other branch of the military,ever.

(at any time in the future)



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