Thomson, Student A takes on the role of Mr. We use still to show that something continues up to a time in the past present or future. Negative polarity sensitive words occur in negative environments: any, anybody, any longer, any more, anyone, anything, anywhere, at all, either, ever, long, much, until, too, yet. Both of these sentences show surprise. Here the auxiliary verb have forms the present perfect tense with the past participle finished. Yet is negatively-oriented, occurring in negative environments negative verbs.
Examples - Has the post arrived yet? If I were writing the sentence you mention and I wanted to use 'yet', I'd probably say something like 'These measures are thought to be less expensive and yet directly benefit the villagers'. He has already bought it. We use ever in interrogative sentences: - Have you ever been to the United States? I 've already waited twenty minutes for it. I would rather think that 'but' or 'however' is what is meant. The adverb already means before now or before a particular time in the past.
Scientists have not yet found a solution to the problem. With the present tense, we understand the time to be present, current, now. When everyone has finished, the students go through the combined items that would be on Mr. Have you called the doctor …………………………………. Here the auxiliary have helps in the formation of the present perfect continuous tense.
As far as the present simple is concerned, we can use it only when we want to emphasize a situation or we express our surprise that something has happened so early such as I am late already. We use yet in interrogative and negative sentences. Have they made a decision yet? Students continue in this way, alternating roles as they go. In American English, it is also possible to use already with the Simple Past. It refers to when things began: Since + a point in time in the past , until now. Vonn promises to improve production and customer relations.
We have yet to receive a response. Complete the following sentences using already or yet. Hope u have a blessful year. Lindsey: In that case, I shouldn't become impatient yet. It is not used in the past.
When a student lands on a time square, they make three sentences using the present perfect. Yet expresses timing that is ongoing, continuous, and it may extend into the future. For example, we said we would take a walk after you finish your lunch, and I am eager to go, so I ask you, have you finished yet? Notice the position of still before the verb or adjective. Interrogatives with yet express uncertainty about whether the action has happened or not. She must have driven very fast to get here before me. We use already to express that something has happened sooner than expected. ~He has often been giving tours.
We understand that you have had factory delays; however, it has been six months since we placed our order. For emphasis, the verb can be stressed: I've done that already. When Student A has finished asking questions, the students swap roles. They are still living next door. But if you stress the verb, either position is possible: Have you finished that already? Have is one of those auxiliary verbs that can also be used as an ordinary main verb. He has not yet won a majority of the vote.
A third possibility is: c Haven't you finished your sandwich yet? No, he hasn't seen it yet. Note that this is more formal and not common. Since when In reality, we can use all verb tenses with For. We use For when we measure the duration — when we say how long something lasts: For + a period of time To measure a period of time up to the present, we use the present perfect tense and not the present tense. I have not yet heard from you. I typed out this post without looking at the previous posts, where some of my thoughts had already been mentioned. ? They are mostly imperfective may extend in the future.
These adverbs express duration a period of time or repetition the interval of occurrence. He 's yet to arrive. Often, we use still and yet together to explain why an action is continuing. For example: Has she arrived already? This is a form and 'still' indicates that this person's practice of the law will continue at that point in time. ² Yet may occur in a clause without a negative marker; however, the meaning is understood as negative. Students then take it in turns to make questions or statements from picture prompts. Until when - How long have you been here for? Yet is usually used with Present Perfect.