Decoded Slug: 还没 (hái méi) - Still not/haven't yet

Mandarin Grammar Point
还没 (hái méi) - Still not/haven't yet

还没 (hái méi) - Still not/haven't yet

Short explanation:

Used to indicate an action or situation that has not yet occurred or been completed.

Formation:

Subject + 还没 + Verb + Object

Examples:

他还没完成他的作业,所以不能出去玩。
Tā hái méi wánchéng tā de zuòyè, suǒyǐ bùnéng chūqù wán.
He still hasn't finished his homework, so he can't go out to play.
我们还没到达目的地,所以请大家耐心等待。
Wǒmen hái méi dàodá mùdì dì, suǒyǐ qǐng dàjiā nàixīn děngdài.
We still haven't reached our destination, so please everyone wait patiently.
我还没看完这部电影,不要剧透啊!
Wǒ hái méi kàn wán zhè bù diànyǐng, bùyào jùtòu a!
I still haven't finished watching this movie, don't spoil it!
你还没吃午饭吗?那我们一起去吧。
Nǐ hái méi chī wǔfàn ma? Nà wǒmen yīqǐ qù ba.
You still haven't eaten lunch? Then let's go together.

Long explanation:

The Mandarin Chinese phrase '还没 (hái méi)' is used to express that something still hasn't occurred or a certain action hasn't been completed yet. It is generally used when the speaker is expecting the situation to change or the action to be completed in the future.
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