Does this sentence make sense.

Students may not still have a sweet tooth by Thanksgiving.
Would it be more correct to leave the still out?

asked by Tish
  1. I'd leave "still" out.

    Or reword it -- Students still may not . . .

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. OR how about
    Students may indulge in their sweet tooth before Thanksgiving.

    posted by Tish
  3. It's o.k., but doesn't have the same meaning as your original sentence.

    posted by Ms. Sue

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