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4.2: The Present Perfect with “Still”

Faster English July 2, 2024

When talking about ongoing actions, we can use the word “still” with the Present Perfect tense to emphasize that the action is continuing and has not yet finished. For example:

She has still not finished her homework.

They have still not arrived at the party.

In both cases, the use of “still” reinforces the idea that the action, which started in the past, is not yet complete.