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Present perfect with 'yet' and 'already' | Johnny Grammar | Learn English | British Council

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Published on Aug 3, 2011

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We use 'yet' in questions and negative phrases. 'Yet' comes at the end of the phrase.

Haven't they finished yet?
No, they haven't finished the roof yet.

We use 'already' in positive phrases. 'Already' comes between 'have' and the past participle.

Oh yes, they've already built the walls.

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