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Questions about the English language. What sentence is correct? His hair grew dark. His hair become dark. His hair got dark. Did you like the match yesterday? Did you enjoy the match yesterday? It is not dark yet. It did not get dark yet. It did not become dark yet. It did not grew dark yet. It has not grown dark yet. It has not become dark yet. In addition, what is better to use at the last sentences yet or still?
Jun 18, 2015 9:01 AM
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His hair grew dark. His hair became dark. His hair got dark. All of the above are okay to use. Did you like the match yesterday? Did you enjoy the match yesterday? It is not dark yet. It has not grown dark yet. It has not become dark yet. You can use still instead of yet, but that changes the meaning of the overall sentence.
June 18, 2015
Evgeniy
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English, French, Japanese, Russian
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English