- 2 Post By bhaisahab
"They won't arrive for two hours."
"They won't arrive for two hours yet."
What is the function of "yet" here?
What do you think?
Originally Posted by Lauraa
I already checked my dictionary, but no good. Please help me.
Most of the above is nonsense. Please state in your posts that you are not a teacher.
Originally Posted by xversion1
Is the 2nd sentence possible and, if it is, does the yet add any information?
Originally Posted by bhaisahab
It is possible. Yet means
Originally Posted by Michael84
■ from now into the future for a specified length of time.
It does not add any information.
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