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Still used with the present perfect means that something hasn't happened. We use it to emphasise that we expected the thing to happen earlier. Still (in this context) is only used in negative sentences.
I've been waiting for an hour and the bus still hasn't come.
They promised me that report yesterday but they still haven't finished it.
She still hasn't replied to my email. Maybe she's on holiday.
Still comes between the subject (the bus, they, etc.) and auxiliary verb (haven't/hasn't).
@SmallAdolf też mnie to zastanawia.
Thanks, ang.pl :)
Dlaczego w 10 zadaniu słówko "still" ma być przed "have"?
Czy w zdaniu 4. "I hear that Phillip has broken his leg." nie powinno być "I heard that Phillip has broken his leg" ? I czy można powiedzieć " I've heard that Phillip has broken his leg" ?