How to use already and yet in English? In past participle form, already and yet has a difference. Let's take a look.

 

- Already form: Already is used for affirmative form.

1. S + have/has + already + Verb (past participle) + ...

Examples:

I have already done my homework.

She works the hardest of all.

2. S + have/has + Verb (past participle) + ... + already.

Examples:

She has written an essay already.

 

- Yet form: Yet is used for negative and question form.

1. S + have/has + not+ Verb (past participle) + ... + yet

Examples:

I have not had dinner yet.

 

2. Have/has + S+ Verb (past participle) + ... + yet?

Examples:

Have you come to see her yet?

 

Now You'll take a "Already/Yet" test.

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