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未だ, まだ, いまだ

  • mada,imada


adjectival nouns or quasi-adjectives (keiyodoshi), adverb (fukushi)

  • as yet
  • hitherto
  • still


  • not yet (with negative verb)

Examples of 未だ,まだ,いまだ in a Sentence

I haven't been able to solve the problem yet.
It's still impossible with the naked eye. With binoculars you might be able to glimpse it....
He's a year and five months old, but he can't walk yet.
The baby doesn't walk yet.
At that time Mexico was not yet independent of Spain.
Have you finished? "On the contrary, I have not even begun yet."
Have you reserved a hotel room? "Sorry, not yet."
Have the children arrived yet? "No, none has come yet."
I'm not accustomed to working day and night. "You'll soon get used to it."
Have you finished? "On the contrary I have not even begun yet."

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