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1. I know nothing yet.
2. I don't know about the fact yet.
3. I don't want to read the book yet.
4. I don't cook yet.
5. I haven't cooked yet.

(What about the sentences above? Are they all grammatical? Is 'yet' used only with the present participle?)

  • English - ,

    They are grammatical, and I can't think of an instance when 'yet' is not used with the present participle.

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    Thank you.
    Then, the following is right?

    1. I don't read Harry Potter yet.
    (is this correct?)

  • English - ,

    1. I don't read Harry Potter yet.
    (is this correct?) No.

    It should be I haven't read Harry Potter yet.

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