June 11th, 2007
“Yet” can be used in a few different ways. I’ll go over a couple of the most common and most important uses.
1. “Up to this moment; now “
He’s not here yet. (He is not here now but he will be here.)
I haven’t been to Japan yet. (I have never been to Japan but I plan on going.)
Are we there yet? (Are we there?)
2. But still, nevertheless
What you said is strange yet very true.
3. In addition (emphasizes a slight surprise)
This website has yet another user.
You’ve made that same mistake several times in the past but now you are making it yet again.
Whatsoever basically is used to emphasize, “not at all”
I have no idea whatsoever. (I have absolutely no idea.)
I can’t speak Korean whatsoever. (I can’t say anything at all in Korean.)
That has nothing whatsoever to do with me. (That has absolutely nothing to do with me.)
That makes no sense whatsoever. (That makes no sense at all.)
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