Did not start or started?

Did not start or started?

Did not start or started?

Then “I didn’t start” is in the simple past tense and just means that as of some undetermined time in the past, starting had not been done by me. “I haven’t started” is in the present perfect tense.

What does have not started yet mean?

“I haven’t started yet” means that I intend to start something but it hasn’t happened yet. “I am going to take a course in engineering but I haven’t started yet.”

Is it not yet started or not started yet?

“…is not started…” is actually correct, but it does not sound as natural to use present tense with a past participle. “Your session is not running yet” would be a present-tense way to say it.

Has started or did start?

Since someone has already started something in the past and a start is done once and so it has to be in past form. It cannot be in present of present perfect or past perfect unless some other clause is there in the sentence. Now past form of start is started. “When did you start?” Is the correct sentence.

Is high time left?

7 Answers. The expressions “it’s time” to express that something should happen now, or “about time” or “high time”, when some action or event is overdue, are followed by a verb in a past tense, either simple or continuous: It’s time we left. It’s about time we were going. It’s high time you got a job.

Is Yet past tense?

past tense of yet is yetted.

What can I say instead of not yet?

What is another word for not yet?

not as of yet not at this time
not now not right now
not so far not so soon
not thus far

What is meaning of not yet?

Filters. Used to describe that something is expected to happen but has not for the moment.

Has started to work or working?

“Work” is the whole time you are paid for in your job, while “working” is the time where you are actually doing something to deserve your pay. “Start to work” would have the exact same meaning as “start working”. In “I start work”, “work” isn’t a verb, it is a noun. Also: My work leaves no time for hobbies.

Have started meaning?

“I have started” means that whatever you started is still in the process of happening. “I started” normally means the action has finished or it was interrupted by something.

What time is high time?

High time is defined as a long-awaited event, an appropriate time, or past the appropriate time. When you wait until you are 30 and your parents kick you out of their basement before you finally get around to getting a job, this is an example of a situation where someone might say “It is high time you got a job!”

Which tense is used after it is high time?

In a construction introduced by the phrase “it’s time” or “it’s high time”, we use a verb in the subjunctive past tense to complete the construction. The subjunctive past tense is identical to the simple past for all verbs except “to be”.

Has yet to come meaning?

Is yet to come=has not come yet, but we expect it to come in the future. The best is yet to come – the exact meaning depends on the context, but it means that whatever is happening now will be surpassed by something better.

What is the meaning of have not seen?

Haven’t seen” means that you still have the opportunity to. ie “I didn’t see Ronaldinho live when he was still playing and I “haven’t seen” Messi live yet, but I will this Thursday when he plays!”

Is yet to be meaning?

It means that it hasn’t been received yet and you expect that it will be received. ( You expect it to come.)