Yet question

This may have been asked before but I noticed on Level 2 (North) that we have moved from using hyd yn hyn to eto for ‘yet’. Is there any difference in the usage?

eto means ‘again’ or ‘yet’ (context usually makes it clear which), and hyd yn hyn means ‘so far’ or ‘up to now’ (which is almost the same as saying ‘yet’ anyway!)

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Thank you. Does that mean the two are interchangeable when you mean yet?

Yes, when you mean yet in the sense of “until now”, you can use either hyd yn hyn or eto.

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Thank you! I had exactly the same thought last night so mystery solved :slight_smile:

Diolch yn fawr iawn pawb