what are the differences among the words: Still, Yet, Already, and
they all have similar meanings, but there are some important
are some examples with each one:
Steve still not here?
means that I'm expecting Steve to arrive here soon, but when I say
the word: Still, it means that I think that Steve should already be
here. So Steve is later than expected.
Steve still here?!
means that I didn't expect Steve to be here at the moment in which
I'm speaking, and that I thought that he had gone away.
Steve here yet?
means that I'm expecting Steve to arrive, but he hasn't arrived at
the moment in which I'm speaking. Steve isn't late, but when I use
the word: Yet, I'm just asking if that action has been completed or
Steve here already?!
means that Steve has arrived, earlier than I expected. When I say the
word: Already, it means that I'm surprised that Steve has arrived
before the time I expected him to arrive.
Steve here again?!
means that I'm asking if Steve is here another time. When I say the
word: Again, it means that I'm asking if the action of Steve having
arrived, has been repeated another time, because maybe he comes here
often, or more than I expected.
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