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grammar doubt



cipriana
Spain

grammar doubt
 
Hello, dear colleagues from all over the world:
Can you tell me in this sentence which could be the proper grammar forms?
 
 
I ___________________________ (NEVER/BE) sailing, what is it like?
 
 
 
Thank you. 
 
María Bernal
from Madrid. Spain. 

9 Oct 2021      



EFLHypatia
Germany

The first thing that come to my mind is the present perfect continuous form- I have never been sailing, what is it like?

9 Oct 2021     



roberta55
Portugal

Well, I believe it should be Ive never sailed before, what is it like? But since you have "sailing", the present perfect continuous is the possibility.

9 Oct 2021     



cunliffe
United Kingdom

Yes, agree. Ive never been sailing. 

9 Oct 2021     



cipriana
Spain

Thank a lot!!!!

9 Oct 2021     



gooya
Iran

I think It should be " I have never been sailing "
 

11 Oct 2021     



hopej
Australia

Agree. Ive never been sailing.

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12 Oct 2021