Trainings for the Not-Yet
Instead, I mumbled a few platitudes and let the connection lapse. This forces you to make better, more informed decisions overall. That executive assistant went on to become my VP of marketing and completely changed the course of our company. That bridge has been burned before even seeing if it was worth crossing together. By David Segal 5 minute Read.
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S: In British English 'Advise' refers to the verb whereas 'advice' refers to the noun, so you need to change that 's' there in your post. American English uses just 'advice' for both the verb and the noun.
I think the missing context to 'yet to' is "The book is yet to be read". I'm not a native English speaker but I've seen it somewhere. I believe it means something is not finished as the other two, but in this specific case, the 'to' comes after 'yet' because of the verb that follows. The structure would be translated to Brasilian Portuguese my mother language as passive voice.
"not yet" in Swahili
Not really sure how it works in English. That way, we have "My answer is yet to be given. Not sure if it's correct though I am not a native English speaker either but I am a professional in this language.
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I believe 'yet to' is what we call in Brasilian Portuguese passive voice of the verb. It would be something like "The socks are yet to be washed". Not really sure how this works in English because I'm not a native English speaker but I've seen it somewhere.
The 'to' comes after 'yet' because of the verb that follows. So we have "The book is yet to be read", "The table is yet to be settled" and so on Write sentences with words from unit It has plans for new business lines, such as IEX Cloud, which offers data to software developers, and IEX Astral, a data platform built with fund managers. It is rolling out IEX C-Peg, machine-learning software that predicts short-term price movements to help companies time stock buy-backs.
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