Are yet and but same?
‘Yet’ is similar to ‘but’. In sentences where the part coming after the conjunction is of an unexpected or a surprising nature, any one of them can be used. However, when the part following the conjunction is not of a surprising nature, it is always safe to use ‘but’.
I would like to go for the wedding, but I have important work to complete.
Let us replace ‘but’ with ‘yet’ in these sentences.
I would like to go for the wedding, yet I have important work to complete.
These sentences do not make the same sentence as the previous two sentences. Therefore, whenever in doubt, use 'but' instead of 'yet'.
no, yet and but are different . yet means abhi tak and but means lekin .
i think you will understand the difference between these by thier examples .......... which are as follows :-
YET :- i have not yet completed my homework .
BUT :- i have completed my homework but i had forgotten my notebook .
i hope you have been understand . so, plss .. thumbs up ...!!!!