Cala Mons asked 7 years ago

When should I use “yet”?
I was talking with a guy about some ideas and he told me ” this was the best idea yet! ” or something like that…
I didn’t understand why he used “yet”. 
I would like to know when shoul I use “yet”. Could anybody help me?

1 Answers
chayal Staff answered 7 years ago

The yet in your example above basically means “so far”, or “up until now”.
How to use yet:
Yet is an adverb or conjunction.
We can use yet in questions or negative statements (at the end of a sentence) to talk about things that we expected to happen before now: 
Have you finished your homework yet?
I haven’t finished drinking my coffee yet.
Have you seen het yet?

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