字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Hi! I'm Phil from BBC Learning English. Today, I'm going to tell you the difference between 'still', 'already' and 'yet'. They all talk about things around the present, but they don't mean the same. We use 'still' to talk about something that hasn't finished. Are you still studying? Let's go out! We use 'already' to talk about something that has finished, and maybe we didn't think it would have by now. She's already finished work. She's gone home. We use 'yet' in questions and negatives to talk about things that haven't happened, but we think they will. Haven't you left yet? You'll be late! So just remember: Things that are 'still' happening, haven't finished. Things that have 'already' happened, have finished and things that are 'yet' to happen, haven't started. Are you still watching? Have you learnt this yet? You remember it already? Fantastic!