… have never gone jogging/running if/when it
DM has hit the nail on the head here. The problem here is that the two verb
forms “have been/gone VERBing” (= present perfect
continuous/progressive) and " when it was…" (=
past simple) apply to different timeframes – present and
past. You need to decide whether you want to talk about the present (if/when it
is less than 13°C) or the past (if/when it
was less than 13°C).
Present: You can say either 1 or 2, the meaning is
- 1. I've never been/gone jogging/running
if/when it is less than 13°C.
- 2. I've never been/gone jogging/running
if/when it has been less than 13°C.
Past: You can say either 3, 4 or 5, the meaning is
- 3. I never went jogging/running if/when it
was less than 13°C.
- 4. I never used to go jogging/running if/when
it was less than 13°C.
- 5. I would never go jogging/running if/when
it was less than 13°C (would = opakovaný
děj v minulosti)
Jak píše eva, raději používáme never been
running , ale never gone running je
Hey everyone, so basically I want to start running. I've never been a
runner, and have never gone running in my life …(myfitnesspal)
… never been running is ok above too.
If you’ve never been running before it can feel a little
daunting, so it’s best for you to start slowly and gradually build up your
speed and distance as you get more comfortable. (nationalworld)
… never gone running is ok above too.
Ano, v přítomném čase je správně
- I never run/jog if/when it's less than 13°C
- I never go running/jogging if/when it's less than 13°C
- I never go for a run/jog when it's less than 13°C
We don't need “outside” (though it's obviously not wrong), and
“under” is also ok for “less than”, see the Ngram.