I have never と I have not の意味の違い

I have never と I have not の意味の違い (4分)


I’ve never been shopping with my mother.

このnever をnotに差し替えて

I have not been shopping with my mother





番組 Transcript

In this case, she is talking about experience. I have not been shopping means… yeah the meaning is different. “I have never been shopping” is experience. So she said she never went shopping with her mother. Morgan too. I think the parents are divorced, right? Divorced or something. So she never went to shopping too. She never had an experience. But if you say, “I haven’t been shopping”, that means you haven’t gone yet to shopping. Soon the past which is not finished yet. So when you use yet or already, we use. We called this 現在完了形.

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