Yet has several uses. Yet can mean ‘in addition’. That was yet another cause for trouble. Yet can mean ‘up to this time’. Has the postman come yet? Yet can mean ‘at some time in the future’. The prophet said that there were more dangers yet to come. Yet can mean ‘ever’, ‘still’ or ‘again’. The boy has grown yet taller. As a conjunction, yet means ‘nevertheless’. Its meaning …

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Just, Yet, Already, Since, For Grammar Worksheet

The words just, yet and already indicate the time of an action. Likewise, the words for and since indicate duration. Time adverbs are important. Can you use them correctly? Complete the following sentences using appropriate time adverbs. 1. I haven’t finished that report ————— (yet / just / already) 2. He has ——————– returned from …

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