I am hesitant whether the sentence "the best gift that I ever have", is appropriate for expressing that the gift that will be given to me in the future (might happen or might not) will be the best gift that I ever have.
To date, I haven't got the gift yet, but if in the future I receive that gift, I will consider it as the best gift ever.
So which one is the best to say it?
1.The best gift I have ever had.
2.The best gift I ever have.
3.The best gift I will ever have.
Second question : Is this sentence classified as conditional sentence? If so, what this thing is called in English conditional sentence? Personally speaking, I just know that "ever" is only used for present perfect tense in several contexts of second or third conditional construction or, generally speaking, in the common/normal sentence.
So, what category does it belong to when we intend to write "ever" for future tense?
I hope you understand my questions. :)