Note that this is a Europe focused lesson. Your active focus is Latin America.
To express not yet in Spanish, you use the negative expression todavía no with El Pretérito Perfecto.
This expression refers to an action that has yet to be completed, hence El Pretérito Perfecto.
Look at these examples:
todavía no + verb conjugated in El Pretérito Perfecto
However, note that you can also use it in the following order:
no + verb conjugated in El Pretérito Perfecto + todavía
It is important to note that we cannot place "todavía" between haber and the past participle. This would be incorrect:
Ella no les ha todavía presentado a su novio.
She has not introduced them to her boyfriend yet.
The negative expression todavía no means not yet, but todavía used on its own has a different meaning = still or even.
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