Yet ( adverb , conjunction )

(As an adverb)

Yet ( adverb )

  1. Up to the present time.
  2. Before the present time.
  3. By now.

Origin:

Middle english yet, from old english gyt; akin to old high german jeti yet, latin iam already.

Examples:

  1. He hasn't arrived yet.
  2. We haven't seen the movie yet.
  3. She hasn't finished her homework yet.
  4. I haven't heard from him yet.
  5. They haven't decided on a date yet.

(As a conjunction)

Yet ( conjunction )

  1. Up to the present time.
  2. Before the present time.
  3. By now.

Origin:

Middle english yet, from old english gyt; akin to old high german jeti yet, latin iam already.

Examples:

  1. He hasn't arrived yet.
  2. We haven't seen the movie yet.
  3. She hasn't finished her homework yet.
  4. I haven't heard from him yet.
  5. They haven't decided on a date yet.
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