by Liz Walter
We use still to talk about situations that continue to exist at the present time or at the time you are talking about:
He still hasn’t said sorry.
Note that (like words such as often and sometimes) still comes before the verb (unless it is be, when it comes after) or between the auxiliary and the main verb:
She still lives with her mother.
She lives still with her mother.
They were still living in London.
They were living still in London.
It is possible, but much less common, to put still at the end of the sentence:
She lives with her mother still.
We use yet in negative sentences to talk about things that have not happened up to the present time or…
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