We will still be on holiday. They are mostly imperfective may extend in the future. I have already been to Scotland. The first student to reach the finish wins the game. With other word with a negative meaning, we also use ever intead of never.
When everyone has finished, the answers are checked as a class. We are ……………………………… waiting to hear from the tax people. Have can also be used as a main verb. After that, students ask and answer questions with their partner to see if their guesses were right or wrong. The adverb already means before now or before a particular time in the past.
I have been walking 10 minutes already. It would be grammatically fine to use already but there is no reason to add surprise to the sentence, so yet is suitable. One way to test a clause for polarity is by adding a tag question, for example, The bus has arrived, hasn't it? Still is used in the mid-position of the sentence. Yet is occasionally used in affirmative sentences, giving the sentences a similar meaning as the use of still. They are still living next door.
The bus hasn't arrived, has it? Yet is used in interrogative questions and negative sentences. Incorrect Since gives the starting point of actions, events or states. With the present tense, we understand the time to be present, current, now. Have you already finished the work? We use still to show that something continues up to a time in the past present or future. When have is used as an ordinary verb, it has past and past participle forms. Hope u have a blessful year. We have yet to hear from the tax people.
He has already bought it. Negative polarity sensitive words occur in negative environments: any, anybody, any longer, any more, anyone, anything, anywhere, at all, either, ever, long, much, until, too, yet. In American English, it is also possible to use already with the Simple Past. I am sorry I can't provide any more context, but there isn'the any, because they are sentences I got from a book. There again, wait for native speakers to give their two cents on the matter. The focus is on the activity or state.
In the medial position, it is placed before the verb group, or after the auxiliary verb. We understand that you have had factory delays; however, it has been six months since we placed our order. ² We have yet to receive a response. For example, we said we would take a walk after you finish your lunch, and I am eager to go, so I ask you, have you finished yet? We have already finished the work. It could also be that I am waiting for you to finish for some reason. Initial placement is used for special emphasis; it occurs very rarely.
In sentences with the verb in negative, we use ever instead of never. The present perfect form of have is have had. He has often given tours. Students continue in this way, alternating roles as they go. The period will end when I arrive at class. He was unsure whether the problem was due to production or transportation. We use already to express that something has happened sooner than expected.
Has had is the present perfect of 'have'. It is now February, and we have not received notification that our car is ready for delivery. For example: Has she arrived already? Have you already replied to the letter? Often, we use still and yet together to explain why an action is continuing. He has visited Pisa today. We can use yet in positive questions, but it is more neutral and does not show surprise: Has she arrived yet? Since when In reality, we can use all verb tenses with For. Have you called the doctor ………………………………….