Lesson 1, Topic 1
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7.3: The Present Perfect with “Yet”

Faster English July 3, 2024

The word “yet” is used in negative and interrogative sentences with the Present Perfect tense to indicate that something has not happened up to the present moment, but it is expected to happen in the future. For example:

He hasn’t finished his work yet.

Have you seen the movie yet?

In both sentences, the use of “yet” indicates that the action has not happened up to the present moment, but it is expected to happen in the future.