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Test your understanding of the English lesson by answering these questions. You will get the answers and your score at the end of the quiz.
I haven't worked as a mechanic before, ______ I've been fixing cars since I was a child.

Mr. Green: How long have you been interested in cars?
Benjamin: I've ____________ been interested in cars!

George: Have you finished the report?
Benjamin: I've __________ finished it. Give me five more minutes!

Margaret: You should apply for this job, I think you would be good at it.
Steve: I've ________ applied for it last week!

I love Thai food. ________, a pizza would be great right now!

Benjamin: Have you been to London?
Rachel: I haven't been there, ______________.

Ms. Rosen: Do you have a license to drive?
Jim: ____________. I have to take a few more classes and then take a test before I can drive. It'll be another couple of weeks before I have my license.

He doesn't have a lot of education, ______ he's very experienced. Let's hire him!

Harry: How are you and Michelle?
Fred: I'm ____________ seeing Michelle. We broke up last week.

This is the last question. You're __________ finished the quiz! Good luck!


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34 Comments on “Simple but useful words in English: STILL, YET, ALWAYS, ALREADY…”


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Got 09/10 .☺ Last question was quite interesting , i really enjoyed. Excellent lesson. Thank you so much ,Benjamin!

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

Being honest, I didn’t know we can use “always” in a present perfect sentence. Even though, I got 10 out of 10.
Thanks for the video, Benjamin.

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

10/10. Quite interesting. Thank you very much for so useful video!

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

Thanks Benjamin. You have an extinguished way to describe the lesson.‎

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

Wow! Your explanation was just perfect. Got 10/10.
I’ve always had problems with “as of yet”. I used
to think it was a bit “snobbish”, you know. I “used to” because I don’t any longer. Not after this lesson.Actually, it sounds “very” British.
Thank you very much,Benjamin

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

Benjamim, in the comment above, should I have said
“I don’t any more”? Is “ANY LONGER” okay?
Hope you read these comments. I’d really like to
know that.

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

Useful lesson. Thanks Benjamin!

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

In my humble opinion it may be a good option try the quiz before seeing a lesson, in order to check the own knowledge of the subject matter..

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

    yeah, that’s interesting marvilla…

    Saturday, September 2nd 2017

Is still less formal than however?

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

8/10.
i’ve adored one more lesson of yours, benjamin. Broadening up my vocabulary, knowledge never ends…
thank you so much!

Saturday, September 2nd 2017

Thanks a lot, Benjamin.

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

There’s a typo in the last question of the quiz. It should read “You’ve”, and not “You’re”. Yet, it has been a very good lesson. Thanks, Benjamin.

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

can u teach us where we have to place words possibly, perhaps, probably in english sentences? Thank you.

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

It was to easy for me…got 10 out of 10 :D

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

I got 9/10 well i think this is a good start.Thank you Benjamin!

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

I wouldn´t consider this lesson to be intermediate. It was much more difficult than many others.
Anyway, very good explanation!!Thanks a lot Benjamin ;)

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

10 out of 10.
Thank you Benjamin for this useful lesson.
but i want ask a question?
why didn’t you mention still as an adv ?
yet as a conjunction means “but” but you said that it’s an adverb and means “but”?
i will appreciate that if someone answer me?!

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

Thank you so much Benjamin.

Sunday, September 3rd 2017

haha, i ve got 8 0f 10, its a good news, but actually my english is not good enough , it has been nearly perfect wkwkwk

Monday, September 4th 2017

Like the lesson, Thanks for use a general example.

Monday, September 4th 2017

Thank you!

Tuesday, September 5th 2017

Yippee! I got 10/10 for this quiz. Still, I need to learn more. Thanks for this another amazing and wonderful lecture.

Wednesday, September 6th 2017

Excellent lesson. Although I got 8/10 for this quiz.

Saturday, September 9th 2017

I did not understand the phrase “Not quite”. Even in my test I had a mistake regard to it. I got 90/100

Saturday, September 9th 2017

    Hi AbdielMorales! Let me help you 😊 “not quite” is like: ‘no precisamente’ or ‘no exactamente’ in Spanish. If you replace these expressions in the sentences it will make sense to you (hopefully). 🤓🤓

    Wednesday, September 13th 2017

      Hi, thank you for your replying. Now I see clearly how I can use “not quite”.

      Wednesday, September 13th 2017

happy to have deepened the using of these words…thanks :)

Sunday, September 10th 2017

9/10!
Thanks Teacher Benjamin for your great effort in this lesson. I will always try to use those words frequently in both conversations as well as writing.

Saturday, September 16th 2017

Very helpful

Monday, September 18th 2017

You’ve nearly finished the quiz

or

You’re nearly finished with the quiz….

Just saying

Monday, September 18th 2017

Thank you Benjamin. Very Helpful for my English level.

Tuesday, September 19th 2017

It has been a very useful lesson because some of these expressions might be doubted in the different contexts they appear, so we should revise them with a certain frequency. Thanks a lot, teacher Benjamin, a very interesting grammar topic to revise.

Thursday, September 21st 2017
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