Still, Till, Until and Yet

What is the difference in given below sentences:-

  1. Documents still not received.

  2. Documents yet not received.

  3. We can’t do this till then we don’t receive.

  4. We can’t do this until we don’t receive.

Also let me clear the uses of Still, Till, Until and yet…

Deepak kumawat

The second pair are unintelligible. The word order of the first two should be:

1. Documents still not received
2. Documents not yet received

Neither of those are sentences.

Till = until

I won’t see him till/until tomorrow.
I will wait till/until she comes.

Still = yet

Yet is more usually used in negative sentences and questions, while still is more usually used in affirmative sentences.

I haven’t seen him yet.
I am still waiting for him.