June 29, 2021

JLPT N5 Grammar: まだ mada


■  “Not yet” or “still.” When まだ is used to describe events that have not yet occurred, it takes a negative verb. With affirmative sentences, it means, “still.”

HOW to use:

■ There is some flexibility in location, but まだ usually occurs right after the subject or object whose condition still hasn't changed.


Aoki still hasn't come.
[Aoki | Mr./Ms | as of yet | not come]

Is there any pizza left?
[still | pizza | exists |?]

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