Asked • 03/27/19

Anytime' and 'ever'?

Actually I am a non native English speaker, of course I may come across many confusion but I don't care of those much,but curious some times to know about the things. I know the meaning of 'Ever' which is 'At Anytime' and 'Always'. I found there is a slight difference between 'Ever' and 'Anytime' when we use this. Example: 1. you can come at anytime. ---> here 'Anytime' means a specific time of the day but not determined. 2. Have you ever seen this? ---> here 'Ever' says 'anytime', however any time of any day not any time of the particular day. Is that the way you think? Appreciate your response🙂

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Jimmi W. answered • 03/27/19

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