¹polarity—some words occur only in negative or only in positive environments. It would be grammatically fine to use already but there is no reason to add surprise to the sentence, so yet is suitable. I have already had breakfast. In this engaging just, yet and already activity, students make questions and statements and reply using the present perfect. One way to test a clause for polarity is by adding a tag question, for example, The bus has arrived, hasn't it? Until when - How long have you been here for? Hello, will you please make it clear if in 'With this behaviour that appears rehearsed, yet long forgotten, he never hits his marks', 'yet long forgotten' means 'but', 'so far', 'already' or 'not quite'? I was expecting to paid before now.
Here is a fun 'just, yet and already' board game to help students practice the present perfect. To me they are different in meaning. We use already to express that something has happened sooner than expected. I wonder why the bus has n't arrived yet. So it is usually used in the present perfect and the past perfect. What' s yet to be done. When have is used as an auxiliary verb, it helps us to form the perfect and perfect continuous tenses.
² Yet may occur in a clause without a negative marker; however, the meaning is understood as negative. In present and present perfect questions, it comes immediately after the subject. Examples - We've already had our breakfast. He was unsure whether the problem was due to production or transportation. Just can be used in affirmative and interrogative sentences.
The precise time is not important. It is usually placed at the end of the sentence or question. There could be an element of surprise here. Moreover, it'll be appropriate if you write your sentences in full with the subject such as I have already shared your video in my facebook, etc. With since we use the present perfect tense or the past perfect tense.
I have already had enough. We use ever in interrogative sentences: - Have you ever been to the United States? The Cambridge Grammar of the English Language. The government has yet to approve the project. When Student A has finished asking questions, the students swap roles. We have yet to hear from the tax people.
She is still seeing Peter. The bus has by this time arrived at the bus stop. I have been thinking for hours, but I am …………………………. I'd like to know what the differences are between these sentences: 1 Have you been to the bank yet? The course hours have yet to be determined¹. For emphasis, the verb can be stressed: I've done that already. I wonder why it has n't arrived yet. I'm still waiting for the 41 bus.
Notice the position of still before the verb or adjective. He has often given tours. Woman: Yes, it was early. It goes in front of the main verb: The children still enjoyed playing games. When a student lands on a time square, they make three sentences using the present perfect. See for examples of negative environments.
We understand that you have had factory delays; however, it has been six months since we placed our order. Have they made a decision yet? Still is often used with other tenses as well as the present perfect. As a main verb, have is used to talk about our possessions, relations, experiences etc. I have had my lunch You plural and singular have had your lunch He has had his lunch We have had our lunch They have had their lunch Already is an adverb of time. I have been thinking for hours but I am yet to arrive at a decision. The course hours have not yet been determined.
Correct - I live here for ten years. Woman: My phone app shows that an accident is causing traffic. Initial placement is used for special emphasis; it occurs very rarely. Have can also be used as a main verb. This present perfect worksheet activity is ideal for teaching students how to use 'just' and 'yet'.
² We have yet to receive a response. In the medial position, it is placed before the verb group, or after the auxiliary verb. When I was twelve I ……………………………. Personally, I don't believe that either of these sentences would express annoyance. Have you already replied to the letter? We usually put it at the end of a sentence.