How to use English Using However, Yet and Already
We can express a contrast by using the adverb however with two sentences. It is always followed by a comma.
- He was feeling very ill. However, he went to work.
- Some people disagree with this theory, however, it’s never been proven right.
- The weather was sunny; however, we didn’t go outside.
- Tom works a lot, but however he hasn’t any money.
Yet means that something that we expected has happened or hasn’t happened. We usually put it at the end of a sentence.
- Michael has bought a new dress but she hasn’t worn it yet.
- He hasn’t watered the flowers yet.
- It hasn’t been decided yet.
- We haven’t been able to solve the problem yet.
- She won’t have sent the email yet.
- Is lunch ready yet?
Already means that something happened earlier than we expected.
- He has already done the shopping , he is watching T.V now.
- I have finished the exam already.
- They have called the police already.
- We are already sleeping.
- He can already read this book.