What’s the difference between the English words ‘still’, ‘already’ and ‘yet’? Find out with English In A Minute!

Phil untangles the difficulties of still, already and yet. Give us 60 seconds and we’ll give you the English!

Watch the video, then complete these sentences:

I’m _ eating – there’s so much food! I’ve eaten – I’m not hungry.
I haven’t eaten _
– I’m starving!

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