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The English Coach
1. Should I make another grammar video? Tell me in the comments which tense I should cover next! 🤔

2. Also, if you found this video helpful, please LIKE & SHARE it. ❤️

3. Remember to download the guide I linked in the description box “The Present Perfect Tense Made Easy.”

4. Take a picture with the guide when you study it and post it on Instagram. Tag my account @theenglishcoach & use #englishfulltime in the description 📸

5. Create 5 “Never have I ever” sentences and share them in the comments. 🙋🏼‍♀️

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Heo Nguyễn
17:31
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Haseeb Rehman
Very efficient teacher !!!
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Aman Inderjeet Singh
Never have i ever came across such an impeccable video, you have done a tremendous job teacher, keep up the good work👍👍
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Heo Nguyễn
16:20
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Laxmikant sahu
Wah
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Luiz Philipe
you're just so fun
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Heo Nguyễn
15:03
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Mat Kilau
Me, who's accidently meet Stephanie in the future.
Me: Hi, have we met before?
Stephanie: Sorry im married.
Me: .......
(Sorry if my grammar is wrong)

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Heo Nguyễn
13:44
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Jarocha treisy Mendez
I have been learning with you
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Jarocha treisy Mendez
I have been learning with you
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The Samsons
Never have I ever gone to the US. I wish I could, but unfortunately, I don't have money to travel.
Never have I ever eaten a bat, and won't ever planning to eat one.
Never have I ever watched scary movies because I'm having a hard time sleeping at night when I watched it.

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dogan gocmen
you are making useful language videos ı lıke them ı gave you 10 out of 10 .YOUR EXPLANATİONS PERFECT.
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Robbie
Never have I ever sung in the public in my life.
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Heo Nguyễn
12:25
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Ram Kumar
Great teaching
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Marcos António
Talk about your eyes
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Pavaat Tovchhin
I hope you do a lot of videos related to grammar.
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Heo Nguyễn
never have i ever met someone smart than you
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Heo Nguyễn
11:18
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Jarocha treisy Mendez
I love the way you teagh
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Nasser h
Have we met before? 🤔🤔🤔
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Samantha Joy Lapinid
Never have i ever rode a bike
Never have i ever played musical instruments
Neve have i ever did extreme sports
Never have i ever been to other countries.
LMAO. am i the worst never have i ever player here? 😂😂

Comment from : Samantha Joy Lapinid


Tico Kamisaki 神崎
Present Perfect + Passive voice

Everybody: Ohh that is cool

Gamers: THE BOMB HAS BEEN PLANTED!

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Dmitry Avdeev
I've not watched this full video.
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Jose Luis Barragan
Never have i ever eat on the night
Never have i ever eat pizza
Never have i ever eat watermelon
Never have i ever driven a car
Never have i ever run on the night

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Alexandre Rocha
Hey, Stefanie! Thank you so much for both the lesson and the grammar book! I am a fan of your way of speaking and teaching. I deeply admire your capacity of speaking quickly and clearly at the same time. You're amazing!
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Abbass Fadhil
Health and Youth for ever for you, Gorgeous Stephanie ♥🌷🌺🌹🌹🌹🤲👉😍💝💍😍👈😘😘😘😘💯✨😘😍☺😍😘😘😳❤❣️💝💕.
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Ernie Pylos
If you never went to Disney Worl is a clear proff hat you're not human...but I have the suspicious that if you are from California you have visited Disneyland at least once...of course if you're not a Disney hater. :)
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Asbin Rai
Where is link?
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Saw AK Oo
Never have I ever met you. But who knows ?
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Stanislaw Warda
Never have I ever been in Argentina.???????? I am not sure if it is ok .
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Stanislaw Warda
Never have I ever dance Rumba
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Stanislaw Warda
Never have I ever been on the moon.??????????????
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Heo Nguyễn
10:09
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Alex G
Great effort, Stephanie. And charming as usual. But I think it’s too complicated an explanation for most English learners. Too detailed and hence difficult to digest and put into practice (however helpful it might be).

From my experience, it’s far easier and more effective to teach the Present Perfect via its comparison with the Past Simple:

When the action is finished and we also know when it took place (exact moment in time), we use the Past Simple. In all other cases, we use the Present Perfect. That’s it.

In other words, with the Present Perfect, either the action is finished but we don’t know when (“I’ve seen this film”), OR we may even know its starting point, but it’s still ongoing/unfinished (this is when we can often use the Continuous form as well: “I’ve worked here / I’ve been working here for over a decade”).

Never can we simultaneously know ‘when’ with the Present Perfect and also have a completed action. That’s the main thing to remember.

Since there’s no other common way of expressing the past in English, once the Past Simple is ruled out based on these two factors (finished action/exact time), we’re left with the Present Perfect, always.

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Raki singh
After subscribe your channel, I improved my english upto the great extent....thanks mam thanks a lot..
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Alejandro Guillén
Thanks for this video, its help me a lot for improving my English, I am from Peru living in Colorado Usa. I have enjoyed the connection that you reach with us! Congratulations and thanks again!
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Martha Elisa
I have enjoyed your video but l am confused with since and for in the present perfect for example l have waited for my sister since 9 o clock l want to talk about something in the past when it started . in reality l have waited for her for 6 hours but l started waiting for her at 9 o clock l want to say when something starts in the past . my quetion is may l use simple past intead example l waited for her. At about 9 o clock is that correct please let me now .
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Cristofer Cabrera
Teacher when I see this video with subtitles I can understand around 90% with the subtitles .
But without the substitute I onli can understand around of 60% because you speak quickly so sometimes it's difficult can understand some sentences or words without the subtitles.

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Sema G
Never I have ever watched such an amazing video like that! :)
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Ahmed Raza Shaikh
Never have I ever
1.been to the United Staes.
2.done skydiving.
3.built a drone.
4.been to Europe.
5.learned Kung Fu.

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Ahmed Saeed
This's so great ..thank you very much..I think we need a series for all tenses.
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Galih Candra
I have been dying to go traveling the world especially America but money has always been the problem for me. Sigh..I'm chronically poor
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Heo Nguyễn
8:50
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Sara Alvarado
GIRL you are a genius
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티비채널Mr Chang
Wow .i love your voice in this video.sorry cause my english
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Crimildo Vs
Am I the only one who didn't get to a t the 2nd example???😕
"I've been 'to' Spain..." why 'to'...
why not 'in'...?
Just a doubt;

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Heo Nguyễn
7:38
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Jefferson Carvalho
Never have I ever been in the US.
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Shalu sharma
This book is free . if I download . plz plz do let me.know . ma'am
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Heo Nguyễn
6:22
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momo oya
I thoroughly enjoyed your video, thank you.
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Gurjant Singh
Dear teacher your English is supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, I hope my English will be improved very soon as I have been following you for couple of days.
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heathland21 04
I don't know why but, i understand you well
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Paulo Diniz
I enjoy your accent from California.
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Adil Mikou
Never have i ever been with such brilliant teacher.
Never have i ever learned an english tense like this video.
Never have i ever been im America.
Never have i ever practising Spanish.
Never have i ever changing my career.
Thank u so much Stefanie👍

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altaf wattoo
Idelible way of teaching
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Heo Nguyễn
4:56
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Learn then learn
Scientists have not yet get discovered what are in the earth.
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Learn then learn
She's not got three dolls but she has got 10 Xboxes that was so interested.
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Fábio Duran
I just loooooooooooove the way you teach!
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Andrew M
Never have I ever watched so amazing video. I think this is the most important video I have ever watched!
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Heo Nguyễn
3:25
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Heo Nguyễn
2:21
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Heo Nguyễn
2:26
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Ignacio Eiguren
I want to finish my english course because i havent been fluent in English. ¿Is it correct, @TheEnglishCoach? Saludos desde Argentina!
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Heo Nguyễn
1:13
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Sharanjeet Kaur
hello there, I'm from india.I just wanted to drop a comment that you are doing a great job .This is the most informative video i have ever seen
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Heo Nguyễn
0:04
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Денис
Pretty cool explanation. Thanks🙏
Never have i ever: flown by plane
been in space
built a house
had a pat
swum in the ocean

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Carlos Paixão
Hi Stephanie, do you talk to Gavin?
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Mauricio R
The right question wouldn' be : HAVE YOU BEEN TO THE BANK TODAY ? :-)
Comment from : Mauricio R


MyessYallyah Americus
I quit this life forever
Comment from : MyessYallyah Americus


Mr. Perfect
Your cheeks look like apple 🍎
I wanna to eat them.

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Ghanshyam Pawar
Hi teacher, never have I ever gone to America nevertheless, I must go to America. I like your intonation and an accent like a native speaker.
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Rejina Kpta
greeting from India, Stef... Never have I ever watched such a simple and cool video on grammar!!! and one more thing, Have you ever heard Indian English accent? you'll be shocked!!!
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Manjeet Arya
Does any one want to practice with me rply . I wil always available to speak with you .❤❤❤
Comment from : Manjeet Arya


Ahlem Amani
I've just downloaded the guide. I like it! Thank you 🌷
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t' vib vers
☺️👍gracias por el tiempo invertido!!!!
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Carlos Werner
Great job! Awesome class! Thank you so much for your help. You are the most efficient YouTube teacher that i know.
Comment from : Carlos Werner


Beti M.
i like this video but pls talk more slow. Thank you
Comment from : Beti M.


Our World
it got 17,000 .. do more 😍
Comment from : Our World


yu wen
I haven't been to Argentina.🙊
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Mariia Volvakova
Thank you so much!! It was very useful!
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Alex Decasi
You're weird and I like it 😗
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Norma Jimenez
Como se pronuncia Talked y wanted?
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Yury Shatrov
Never have I ever been in America.
Never have I ever eated a Durio.
Never have I ever had a bike.
Never have I ever swam in the ocean.
Never have I ever watched Friends series.

...............Hey, please check it out and correct it if it's wrong))) Thanks in advance!!

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thiago xavier
I subscribe to your channel , you help me a lot to learn english.
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Wilkie Araya
The best teacher ever. Regards from Costa Rica
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Jhonatan Carvalho da silva
This video has been an ultimate guide to me. Very helpful and easy to understand. Great job, Teacher!
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Wil San
Never have I ever studied the IPA
Never have I ever been to another country
Never have I ever had a boyfriend (lolol)
Never have I ever met someone interesting
Never have I ever drunk caipirinha ( brazilian drink ).

Comment from : Wil San


Max Tandel
Never have I ever drunk alcohol
Never have I ever cheated anyone
Never have i even been to USA
Never have I ever learnt Spanish
Never have I ever been to football match

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S KEN
Never have I ever dated a girl from California.
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Marco Valecci
never have I ever been to US
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Marco Valecci
Lingoda, no Italian,,, poor italians :)
Comment from : Marco Valecci


Reyki97
never have I ever been on a plane
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carlos silva
Full of good information !!
I’ve done very good

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federico alonso
What's the difference between "you have sent" or "you sent"? I would like to know because I saw that many times I don't really understand that
Comment from : federico alonso



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