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I, by chance, glanced at a para in which a sentence ran " Michael will not be going back to buy your ring just yet". what is "Just yet"'s role? should we omit them? thank you so much!
You could omit "just" and it would mean the same thing. However, "just" does add a nuance. It suggests that he won't be doing it yet but there's a chance that he might do it very soon. Sometimes, it depends how we say it, not just the words.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.