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We have yet to receive final word from the medical team as to how many days she can recover and until the rashes and the pain disappear.

(We have yet to receive) -Is this correct? If yes, please explain thank you.
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mabad(We have yet to receive) -Is this correct? If yes, please explain thank you.
Yes, it is correct. I think it might be considered a more polite form than just saying "We haven't received.." - giving the impression that we do fully expect it.
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So, 'we have yet to receive' has the same meaning as 'we have not received'? Thank you so much!

Also when can I use yet in other sentences?
I got up early this morning, but my wife isn't up yet.
Have you finished writing your biography yet?

We are yet to receive / We have yet to receive


which one is correct between the two above sentences? And why ?

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"We are yet to receive our check" is a polite way to say "we have not yet receivedour check." It is a somewhat old-fashioned form, but its meaning is that we have notyet received it. Quite frankly, it is normally expressed "have yet," rather than "areyet."

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