How do you use yet in a sentence?
Yet sentence example
- It was early, yet we were all ready for bed after our long hike.
- He would often say the exact opposite of what he had said on a previous occasion, yet both would be right.
- Why, I have not yet had time to settle down!
- I haven’t seen that movie yet , so don’t tell me how it ends!
How do you make questions with yet?
Yet (in this context) is only used in negative sentences and questions. Have you finished your homework yet? I haven’t finished it yet. I’ll do it after dinner.
Can you start a question with yet?
It’s a valid argument, of course. But as there is no actual rule that says you can’t put yet at the beginning of a sentence, go ahead and use it. Putting conjunctions such as yet at the start of a sentence is acceptable, as long as you use it correctly.
Can yet be used in interrogative sentence?
We use yet in a negative or interrogative clause, usually with perfective aspect (especially in British English), to show that something has not happened by a particular time.
What is yet and example?
Yet means at this time, up to now or at a future time. An example of yet is someone not getting to take a walk before dark, such as “It is dark but he has not taken his walk yet.” An example of yet is someone possibly getting to take a walk after dark, such as “He might yet get to take his walk after dark.”
Is there a comma after yet?
“Yet” as an adverb fits seamlessly into a sentence, and there is no reason to separate from the rest of the sentence using a comma. The only exception is “yet again,” specifically when we decide to bring it at the beginning of a sentence.
Can we use yet with present simple?
We also use yet in simple, present tense questions, but not in positive statements: Are you hungry yet? Is the doctor here yet? I am hungry yet.
Do you use comma after yet?
Is yet followed by a comma?
Should I use a comma before “yet”? Yet can be used to start a contrasting element in a sentence, e.g. She was sad, yet relieved. When yet is used to set off a contrasting element of a sentence then it should have a comma before it, just like with not.