In this exercise you have to put in still, yet, already or not … any more in the *underline* sentence (or part of a sentence). Study the examples carefully.
Jack lost his job a year ago and *he is unemployed* .
he is still unemployed
Do you want me to tell Liz the news or *does she know* ?
Does she already know?
I’m hungry. *Is dinner ready* ?
Is dinner ready yet?
I was hungry earlier but *I’m not hungry* .
I’m not hungry any more.
Jack lost his job a year ago and he is still unemployed.
Do you want me to tell Liz the news or Does she already know ?
I’m hungry. Is dinner ready yet ?
I was hungry earlier but I’m not hungry any more.
Can we wait a few minutes? I don’t want to go out yet .
Jill used to work at the airport but she doesn’t work there any more .
I used to live in Amsterdam. I still have a lot of friends there .
Shall I introduce you to Jim? There’s no need. We’ve already met .
Do you still live in the same house or have you moved?
Would you like to eat with us or have you already eaten?
Where’s John? He isn’t here yet He’ll be here soon.
Tim said he would be here at 8.30. It’s 9 o’clock now and he isn’t here yet .
Do you want to join the club or are you already a member ?
It happened a long time ago but I can still remember it very clearly .
I’ve put on weight. These trousers don’t fit me any more .
Have you finished with the paper? No, I’m still reading it .