The two adverbs still and yet appear quite simple but many a times create difficulty while framing sentences.
The following explanation will help us figure out the difference between still and yet.
It is used to show that a previous condition continues to the present.
Note: It is mostly followed by verb and rarely by adjectives.
1.Are you still waiting for the bus?
2. It is still raining.
1.It indicates something expected but has not been done.
2.It is used for interrogative and negative sentences.
1. I have not got my birthday present yet.
2. Have they not arrived yet?