Yet, Still, Already and no more – exercise

 

 

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Question 1
Gerry started working in IBM on a 6 month contract and he ...... works there.
A
no more
B
still
C
yet
D
already
Question 2
- Have you finished with the newspaper ..... ? - No, I'm ...... reading it.
A
- still - already
B
- yet - already
C
- already - yet
D
- yet - still
Question 3
- Is lunch ready ...... ? Or do you want me to help you? - It's ........ on the table.
A
- already - yet
B
- yet - already
C
- still - already
D
- already - still
Hint:
Grammatically "still" could be possible here, but it doesn't really fit with the sense of the context.
Question 4
Mary said she would do her homework for today and she ....... hasn't given it to the teacher.
A
yet
B
already
C
no more
D
still
Question 5
- Paul travelled a lot in the past, didn't he? - Yes, and he ...... travels twice a week
A
still
B
yet
C
no more
D
already
Question 6
- Do you want to take the FCE exam, or have you ...... passed it?
A
still
B
yet
C
already
D
again
Question 7
- Can I speak to Mr. Smith , please? - I'm sorry, Mr. Smith has ...... gone home, he finishes early on Fridays
A
no more
B
still
C
yet
D
already
Question 8
- Do you ..... play football on Saturdays?
A
already
B
yet
C
still
D
no more
Question 9
It looks very cloudy outside. Has it stopped raining ...... ?
A
yet
B
already
Hint:
could be possible if "it is very sunny now. Has it already stopped raining?
C
still
D
anymore
Question 10
- Fred lives in Madrid, right? - He doesn't live in Spain .......
A
any more
B
already
C
yet
D
still
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