How to say up to now i've never been abroad. in Japanese

1)今まで今まで(imamade) (adv) until now/so far/up to the present僕(boku) (n) servant/manservant/menialは(ha) (int) indicating a subject/yes/indeed/well/ha!/what?/huh?/sigh外国外国(gaikoku) (n,adj-no) foreign countryに(ni) (prt) indicates such things as location of person or thing, location of short-term action, etc.行ったno dictionary result, likely a conjigated verbno dictionary result, likely a conjigated verbことがないことがない(kotoganai) (exp,adj-i) has never occurred/to have never done/such a thing has not happened/never happens/there is never a time when。(。) Japanese period "."    
imamade bokuha gaikoku ni itta kotoganai 。
Grammer form日常会話 (Casual form)Casual form (nichijoukaiwa)
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