can we use (yet) in the present perfect continuous tense? e.g. I have not been studying German yet.

Is it correct?

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I think yes : he has not been studying german but now yes


we cannot use  yet in the present continuous


I think it would be just "I have not studied German yet", present perfect tense


"Yet" should not be used in present perfect continuous tense...because present perfect continuous tense itself tells "the situation is happening or doesn't happening till (or)upto now"...

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