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Look at the examples and write.
 

ALREADY    

Garfield / write / a letter to his Mum

YET   

but he / not have / lunch

ALREADY   

They / be / at the playground

YET  

but they/ not take / a nap 
Garfield has already written a letter to his Mum but he hasn't had lunch yet. They have already been at the playground but they haven't taken a nap yet.

ALREADY    

My sister / paint / her fingernails

YET   

      but she / not dry / her hair  
ALREADY 
 
He / take / a bath

YET   

but he / not do / any exercises  

ALREADY    

Winnie / eat / some honey

YET   

           but he / not catch / a fish
ALREADY 
 
He / take / his dog for a walk

YET   

but he / not paint / the walls

ALREADY    

I / visit / Tower Bridge

YET   

    but I / not see / Stonehenge  
ALREADY 
 
My uncle / read / the newspapers

YET   

but he / not feed / the piglets
 
 
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