She is really a good friend and she ........... to send me a letter each month .

( never failed / never fails )

Does " each " here refer to the present simple or the past simple ?

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Never Fails is the correct answer over here.
It is a past continues sentence. That means that action is still being done to the present.
In other words "she still doesn't fail to send me a letter"

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