Can we use 'just, already and yet' with continuous tenses or present/ past perfect continuous tenses?
1)I have already been doing my homework.
2)I am already doing my homework.
3)When you called me, I was already doing my homework.
4)When you called me, I was doing my homework yet.
5)I am doing my homework yet.
I have just been able to construct these sentences, and I can say that using 'yet and already' with continuous is OK, but I couldn't figure out with 'just' with any continuous tense.
and 3 are OK, the rest are not. Try again.
I can't see the number(s) before 'and', do you mean sentence 1, 2 and 3 are OK?
I can't figure out any longer, please help me.
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I have found an example used 'yet' with continuous tense.
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