Anonymous:
If my friend sent me an email, but I havn't received it. Should I say

I havn't received your email yet.

or

I have yet received your email.
I haven't received your e-mail, yet.

I have just received you e-mail.
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Anonymous:
DollI haven't received your e-mail, yet. (I am not sure that coma should be used here)

I have just already received you e-mail. ('just' simply suggests that you have received it a very short time ago (It might not be true), 'already' tells your friend the fact that you have it)

AnonymousIf my friend sent me an email, but I havn't received it. Should I say

I havn't received your email yet.

or

I have yet received your email.
I haven't received your email yet. (fine)

I have yet to receive your email. (as corrected)
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Hi Anon. can you log in, please? By the way I don't think I have just received your email is wrong.I just tried to show Anon. an example.
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Anonymous:
Thank you very much for all answers. I think I have signed up sometimes ago, but not sure where I put the account information. Next time, I'll try to login first.
Anonymous:
Actually, I think you mean "I have yet to receive your email", meaning your email has not yet arrived.
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