10 The government still hasn't said anything about the oil slick. They promised me that report yesterday but they still haven't finished it. He hasn’t called us yet. I've been waiting for an hour and the bus still hasn't come. He's really enjoying his new job. I don't want to see "Alien 9" at the cinema again. We haven't decided what to do yet. Yes, as you observe, on this page we cover the most common uses of these words, but this does not mean there are not others. - She is still working. Put in the correct form. 2. C a. I have yet to hear from them. c. John has already bought the tickets for the football match. They have already sent the letter. "Yet", in this sense doesn't require a negative form nor a simple You only started an hour ago!! I still have a doubt. PRESENT PERFECT WITH JUST,ALREADY, YET, SINCE AND FOR. Gap-fill exercise. He started looking for a job yesterday. We use yet in interrogative and negative sentences. - for actions which have recently finished and their results are visible in the present. I hope she does it soon. (already/to drink) The teacher the keys, so he can't open the door. ", "Have you just drunk my coffee? I _____ haven't made a decision. (just/to catch) Jack and Brian this picture. (yet) We / leave / the motorway. Remember to include the adverbs in it. I still haven't called Yumi to see how she is. a. He’s got a job already. By LeslyZoe. Students have . I've just seen Susan coming out of the cinema. Encontre uma resposta para sua pergunta Fill in the blanks using ever, never, just, already and yet. Kirk replied on 4 October, 2020 - 14:28 Spain. I'll do it when I get back from work. I've already drunk three coffees this morning. b. 'just', 'yet', 'still' and 'already': Grammar test 2, Jerry Plamondon replied on 4 October, 2020 - 09:18 Canada, You mention in the section concerning YET, " Yet (in this context) is only used in negative sentences and questions.". 2. Answers 1. We can't have chips again. 1. he / meet / his friend. yet; for; just; already; Lernziele: Kennenlernen der Zeitform Present Perfect; Bildung des Present Perfect; richtiges Anwenden der vollendeten Vergangenheit; Aufgaben und Übungen: Fill in the gaps; Fill in the right form; Übersetzung, etc. zum Arbeitsblatt. (just/to draw) He his friends. That's why still works well here, but not in the inverted question. The message can take 5 minutes to get into your inbox. We use it to emphasise that something happened before something else or earlier than expected. Have you ever seen . 1. (to have) We the shopping for our grandmother. hasn’t found it yet. Am I using the structure properly? As yet, I haven’t had time to talk to her.. 4. I haven't been 10. moved, was. It is a question, but the sentence structure is that of a negative sentence (not a question, as there is no inversion). ; Still requires the use of Progressive forms.Except for the verbs be, have and verbs of primary perception*. We use it to emphasise that we expected the thing to happen earlier. Where's Sam? Use Just, Yet or Already in the correct place ) . I think the use of just in negative sentences does show surprise but not necessarily anger. 1. The pics are from fumira.jp. Still comes between the subject (the bus, they, etc.) 3. EXERCISES, EXAM PREPARATION, LISTENINGS, ICP#: 10044692, LearnEnglish Subscription: self-access courses, English Online: 100% online teacher-led course, EnglishScore Tutors: personal online English tutors. Daniel has read forty pages . 4. FREE ENGLISH Thank you very much for your reply. Don't write to John, I've already done it. The aim was to complete the cycle of assistance, fill in the gaps remaining in the existing systems and to finance integrated operating systems. Your previous example is very interesting. We haven't decided what to do yet. LearnEnglish Subscription: self-access courses for professionals. You need to get more. Have you seen the movie Bowling for Columbine ________? B: He hasn't arrived yet. A collection of English ESL worksheets for home learning, online practice, distance learning and English classes to teach about gap, fill, gap fill My husband hasn't come back yet. Present Perfect – use. EVER 2. I've already had lunch but I'll join you for coffee. (yet) 3. She already doesn’t eat meat. Daphne ________ hasn't bought the tickets. She still hasn't replied to my email. Fill in the blanks with yet, already and still. Choose the correct answer below to fill the gap. ... Practise yet, already and still with this exercise. I’ve just finished eating dinner. Put in the verbs in brackets into the gaps. What has she just done? written 3 essays so far in this class. Improve your grammar skills with LearnEnglish Grammar, the #1 educational mobile app. Still, already, yet exercises. Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate perfect tense time expressions; ever, never, just, already, yet, so far, recently, since, for... 1. She has not yet started working on the project.. 2. Present Perfect with Already, Just, Still & Yet Exercise. Mother: You (come) home from school two hours ago! Already, still or yet ? Time expresions used with the present perfect simple for, since, just, already, yet, lately, recently, so far, ever, etc. They Betty: Have you cleaned the bathroom yet? Hope you like it. Present Perfect. I was surprised that they had already finished the job.. 8. e. He borrowed my book last yet but hasn’t given it back yet. 5. 9. Use Present Perfect. Excercises, Arbeitsblätter und Übungen zum Present Perfect. 3. Students begin by filling in gaps with just, yet or already to complete present perfect rules about the three words. In all of them, I imagine a person being angry or surprised about those situations. Present Perfect 1. This ws helps the ss learn the signal words in present perfect and how to use them. Has Morris finished his studies ? But in the sentence you wrote, YET is not used with the present perfect. Can we see another film? He _____ (not/take) his English exam yet. She stopped eating meat 10 years ago. eur-lex.europa.eu Angestrebt wurde, Interventionsreihen abzuschließen, di e noch f ehlenden Bestandteil e der b estehenden Systeme zu schaffen und integrierte Betriebssysteme zu finanzieren. - It is still raining. I have cleaned this floor!!! e. You haven’t visited Tokyo yet. Try this exercise to test your grammar. - Are you still working in the bookshop? (just) 2. you / not drink / your glass of Coke. Ever / Never / Just / Already / Yet / Since / For 3 Perfect Tense Time Expressions Exercise 3 Already / Just / Yet. Jim sends his love. Show example . Fill in all the gaps with the correct sentence. Still used with the present perfect means that something hasn't happened. If you want to download you have to send your own contributions. Fill in the spaces below using either Just, Yet Or Already. Wow! Have you just taken my pen?! (already) 4. b. He’s still got a job. :), Peter M. replied on 4 October, 2020 - 08:20 Poland. The first example I'd like to refer to is the one that appears on this webpage: "Have you just taken my pen?!" We often use just, yet, still and already with the present perfect because they are related to the present moment. Still is used to show a continuous action, and is used in affirmative sentences. been to Brazil before. English grammar exercises and tests. 9. Use the "Hint" button to get a free letter if an answer is giving you trouble. (to send) Dave and Pat the museum. Exercise 1: 1. caught 2. invented 3. has been, lost 4. did they get 5. has lived 6. worked 7. were you born 8. D a. 6. - English Grammar Today - a reference to written and spoken English grammar and usage - Cambridge Dictionary (to visit) I at the pet shop. Hello Peter. Mother: (you / do / already) your homework? YET can be used with an affirmative structure in the following way, can't it? I was reading again the information about "just" and I'd like to know if using it in questions has a negative connotation always, or not necessarily. (just/to make) My friends the geography test. Examples. Exercise 1. You could show a positive sense of surprise, for example: Something smells nice. You can also click on the "[?]" (just) 5. I haven’t cleaned my room . (you / wash) the dishes yet? Still is often used with other tenses as well as the present perfect. I understand that it is only for negative sentences because of the meaning it has when used with the present perfect, but I found this example in a textbook: "You still haven't seen that movie?" We're going to a concert on Friday, but we haven't bought the tickets _____ . Already refers to an action that has happened at an unspecified time before now. b. Fill in the blanks with the most appropriate perfect tense time expressions; ever, never, just, already, yet, so far, recently,since,for... 1. Can we use "still" in questions? Mike's just called. When _____ (he/phone)? Just used with the present perfect means 'a short time before'. since, for, yet, already, just, ever, never, still,... By Zsuzsapszi. The train's left already! Peter M. replied on 8 October, 2020 - 07:57 Poland. Is supper ready yet? 2. They have . So, I wonder if it is possible to do the inversion in the question and ask something like this: "Haven't you still seen that movie?" Have you typed the report yet? (to pass) I the rabbits. He’s starting working tomorrow. Welcome to ESL Printables, the website where English Language teachers exchange resources: worksheets, lesson plans, activities, etc. 6. Hugs, ... 32,225 Downloads. The dirty plates are still in the sink. You have missed Katie. I have . Thanks in advance for your help! I have already finished.. 5. The word already is used to describe something that has occurred in the past, or already happened, and so you use this word. Just, Yet, Already. (to be) They already their rucksacks. b. I’m still hungry. Already, still or yet ? already wird verwendet, wenn eine Handlung schon 1* oder mehrfach geschehen ist; just wird verwendet, wenn eine Handlung gerade eben erst stattgefunden hat / beendet wurde; ever wird in Fragen verwendet und entspricht dem deutschen „jemals“ (schon einmal). Ralph has bought a bicycle but has yet to use it. Madonna _____ (give) a concert last month in London. We use for to express duration. I've already had lunch but I'll join you for coffee. (= and you're offering me another one!) 1 Jim sends his love. Thanks for your help! I've just seen Sai. - for actions which started in the past and are still continuing in the present. He was tired, yet he didn’t give up. Alicelle replied on 8 October, 2020 - 01:26 Colombia. 10. 4. Could you post an example sentence or two to show what you mean. Maybe she's on holiday. I've ________ seen him in the high street. It suggests that there is no need for repetition. Already can come between the auxiliary and the main verb or at the end of the clause. © British Council been to California? I'll do it after dinner. Practise Present Perfect forms and structures . We have sent an email to you@pp.com Follow the mail instructions to reset your password. Check out more English grammar lessons >>> ← How to use “YET” → How to form comparative adjectives. - to talk about an experience. Just comes between the auxiliary verb (have/has) and the past participle. ", "Have you just bought a new car?" (to pack) Marcus an accident. Practise using yet, just and already Fill the gaps: Using ALREADY, YET, JUST. Monica says she's ________ this minute caught the train so she'll be here in half an hour. 2. 5. (already/to invite) Julia a table with three columns. Yet used with the present perfect means 'at any time up to now'. If you don't receive the … a. I’m hungry yet. Look at these examples to see how just, yet, still and already are used. Thanks in advance. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues! Already used with the present perfect means 'before now'. 8. Daughter: No, I (come / just) home from school. 5. Exercise 2: 1. Alicelle replied on 2 October, 2020 - 22:19 Colombia, Hello again. d. We have already been to Mexico three times. I still haven't called Yumi to see how she is. Students then move on to rewrite sentences, adding already or yet in the correct place. a. This question is using an exclamation mark, so I understand that the person is complaining because the other person took her pen... Is this correct?