Lesson 1, Topic 1
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6.2 Using “Not Yet” in Negative Sentences.

Faster English July 3, 2024

“Not yet” is a common phrase used in negative sentences to indicate that an action has not been completed up to a certain point in time. For example:

I have not yet decided what to do.

He has not yet completed the project.

They have not yet arrived at the party.

In these examples, “not yet” emphasizes that the action has not been completed, but there is still a possibility that it will be completed in the future.