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Hello,

As I came to know that the adverb "yet" placed either the end of the sentence or just after the word "not". But I have some doubt.

1. I havn't finished my work yet.

2. I have not yet finished my work.

3. Have you taken your lunch? No, Not Yet.

I want to know that when we use contracted form like "havn,t", can we place yet after it , or it is required to write in two seprate word like " have not".

4. I havn't yet finished my work.

Is writting in contraction form in exam correct?

Please tell me the correct position of yet in a sentence.

Thanks.
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Hi,

As I came to know that the adverb "yet" placed either the end of the sentence or just after the word "not". But I have some doubt.

1. I havn't finished my work yet. OK

2. I have not yet finished my work. OK

3. Have you had your lunch? No, Not Yet. OK (no capitals for not yet)

I want to know that when we use contracted form like "havn,t", can we place yet after it YES , or it is required to write in two seprate word like " have not". NO

4. I havn't yet finished my work. OK

Is writting in contraction form in exam correct? It depends on the exam and on the teacher. Perhaps you should write without contractions, to be careful.

Please tell me the correct position of yet in a sentence. From your examples, I think your understanding of this is OK.

Best wishes, Clive
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But it should be "haven't," not "havn't."