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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #28651: Still / already / not...yet
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Adverbs [Change theme]
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    Still / already / not...yet


                                              STILL        ALREADY        NOT...YET        NOT...ANYMORE       NO LONGER


                                    It's still raining    

                                    John is still at work   

                                    Are you still in bed ?   

                                    We still don't know whether they are survivors from the plane crash.



                                    I've already been to Paris    

                                    I'm already late...  

                                    You already told me that  

                                    Have you already written to your mother ?


                                                                    I've already been to Paris  /  I've been to Paris already


                                    Have you finished your homework yet ?  

                                    I have not finished yet             not...yet 

                                    I haven't received a letter from Tom yet   

                                    Are you ready ? No, not yet


       NOT...ANYMORE          NO LONGER        

                                    Lydia doesn't live here anymore    

                                    Lydia no longer lives here


                                     People no longer drive carriages    /    People don't drive carriages anymore

                                                         ANYMORE  en fin de phrase

                                                        NO LONGER en milieu de phrase               We are no longer friends

                                   This is the story of  five nice smileys which would like to eat five delicious red apples.         



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    1. A_______B_______C_______D_______E_______ None of the smileys has been given any apple ,they all look very sad.
    2. A_B_______C_______D_______E_______Most of the smileys don't have an apple but A has one, he is happy.
    3. A_B_C_______D_______D_______Now A and B have an apple but the others don't have one
    4. A_B_C_D_______E_______The last two smileys don't have an apple but the first three smileys have one.
    5. A_B_C_D_E_Now the smileys have an apple,each of them would like to eat that apple.
    6. A_______B_C_D_E_A has lost his apple, the others have theirs.
    7. A_______B_C_D_E_______B, C, D have an apple, but A and E don't have one Where are the apples ?
    8. A_______B_______C_D_E_______Only C and D have an apple, the others have one.
    9. A_______B_______C_______D_E_______Another apple has disappeared D has
    an apple.
    10. A_______B_______C______D_______E_______All the apples have gone away, the smileys haven't any apple .
    11. I don't know where the apples are. Oh look!____________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________

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