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  1. Unregistered Lina
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    Smile Is this ungrammatical?

    Hello

    I'd like to ask about "yet." Would you take a look at these sentences?
    #1 Has it stopped raining yet?
    #2 Have you done your homework yet?

    In the question sentences you use "yet," right?
    Can I omit "yet" in these sentences? Or are they ungrammatical?

    Thank you.

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    Re: Is this ungrammatical?

    You can use it in questions and you can omit it in these examples.

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