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1. still

I'm still sleepy.
He turned the bottle upside down and shook it, but still the honey wouldn't come out.
I have tried every diet that has ever been published and I still haven't lost weight.
I just started learning flower arrangement last month, so I'm still a beginner.
No matter how much you try to convince people that chocolate is vanilla, it'll still be chocolate, even though you may manage to convince yourself and a few others that it's vanilla.
I never for a moment imagined that I would still be doing this kind of thing at my age.
If my mother had still been alive, she would have helped me at that time.
It is impossible for a growing child to keep still for an hour.
Although I have studied English at school for the past six years, I'm still not good at speaking it.
I'd still be spinning my wheels if I hadn't gotten that scholarship.
I was just wondering if Tom could possibly still be at school.
Despite Trang's constant affirmations of love, Spenser is still afraid someday she will fall out of love with him.
I thought doing this would be easy, but we've been working all day and we're still not finished.
In some areas of the world, you can still get sued if you slander or libel a deceased person.
there is no wind outside. It's very still.

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вопрсительные слова
family and friends

2. yet

Haven't you decided yet?
The prisoners would have to go through yet one more hardship.
When he came to Tokyo for the first time, this college had not been opened yet.
No sooner is one lie out of your mouth than you're telling yet another.
It was cold last night, yet he didn't wear a coat.
You will yet regret it.
Eventually I'd like to settle down and have a family, but not yet.
If you have not yet paid this bill, please let us hear from you.
This time I hadn't converted my money yet, so I needed to change Yen into Yuan.
I am not sure yet if I will go to a university or get a job.
I might have done well on yesterday's test, but I do not know the results yet.
Do you think this jelly's firm enough to eat yet?
If you haven't driven a bike yet, you should give it a shot.
The point of true mutual understanding has not yet been reached between Japan and China.
Everything around him was blown to pieces, yet he escaped without a scratch.

3. else

What else?
I thought a bunch of people would go water skiing with us, but absolutely no one else showed up.
Something else to be borne in mind here is the rapidity with which the virus can reproduce.
I went down to the sports office to sign up for the last position on the basketball team, but somebody else beat me to it.
The man in the doorway was not an easy customer, the kind of guy all the waitresses hoped that someone else would serve.
I wasn't happy, but it seemed reasonable that his prices should go up like everything else, so I agreed.
Half the fun of giving and receiving presents at any party is to see and talk about what everyone else brought.
We don't live in countries, we live in our languages. That is your home, there and nowhere else.
In the second place, if we do not go, someone else will read the inscription on the stone and find happiness, and we shall have lost it all.
Even if it was somebody else who made her happy, as long as she is happy, that's fine.
In order to make us and everyone else remember this day, I ask everyone to plant a tree with us.
M insults D - the Tatoeba database is one sentence better. D insults M - the Tatoeba database is one sentence better. D and M are even, and everyone else wins.
When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall one by one, an unpitied sacrifice in a contemptible struggle.
Every man's work, whether it be literature or music or a picture or architecture or anything else, is always a portrait of himself.
You can add sentences that you do not know how to translate. Perhaps someone else will know! Please do not forget capital letters and punctuation! Thank you.

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