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Time adverbs & prepositions. Part 1 / Grammar
• To say that something has happened before now, or before the moment you are referring to
• To show surprise in question
To say that something has not happened but it is expected that it will happen
To say that a situation or action continuo’s and has not changed or ended
Any more / any longer
With negative verbs to say that something that was true or happened in the past doesn’t continue to be true or to happen
Note: Remember to use any.
I knew the end of the story because I’d already heard it.
Have you already finished this?
Have you finished already?
Have you paid the bill yet?
I haven’t finished this yet.
He was still working when I left.
I still don’t know what you’re talking about.
Are you still waiting?
Jackie doesn’t live here any more.
I don’t work for that company any longer.
NOT Jackie doesn’t live here more.