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(something) is st...
(something) is still (happening)
Use "still" to talk about things that:
started in the past
are still going on
are continuing longer than you expected or hoped
This phrase appears in these lessons:
“But it still comes out from time to time.”
“I'll warn you - It's still pretty damp.”
“My ears are still ringing.”
“I'm still on the fence.”
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