You only give two forms- "todavia no [verb]" and "no [verb] todavia", yet a vast majority of your sentences are "no [entire sentence] todavia" as you put "yet" at the end of the sentence. But, even when you do put the word "yet" early in the sentence, you still require "no [entire sentence] todavia" as the answer, which is not even an option in the instructions above. It makes it very frustrating as I am struggling with a recent surge in progress and trying to solidify it and work my way through A2. Your site is wonderful, but there are a few frustrating areas :)
I wish someone had replied to this. I had noticed the same thing and came looking for clarification. :/
Yes, I took another look at this page because I kept getting confused. I noticed that on this page, there are no questions with "no todavia" but the quizzes have questions. I do wonder why there hasn't been any kind of response on here.
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