The adverbs ‘still’ and ‘yet’ are similar in some cases but also very different. For Japanese learners of English they can translate to the same word, and this can cause difficulty. You’re still here? You haven’t given up yet? Read on.
YouTube is an excellent way to learn English in small clips from popular movies. Here are a couple of examples. Don’t be afraid to repeat the clips over and over.
High Fidelity – “I haven’t seen Evil Dead 2 yet.”
Present perfect and the adverb ‘yet’.
Speed – “There’s a bomb on a bus.”
Practice with the simple present and zero conditional.