"그러나 아직 그것이 거기에 있습니다."
번역:But yet it is there.
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This is a terrible translation in my opinion. The most literal translation would be "But that thing is still there."
More common would probably be , "But it is still there."
Also correct would be, "But that thing is there still." or "But it is there still."
"But it is there yet" is correct, but not as commonly used.
Usually, in the context - But yet it is there.- "yet" does not translate to "아직"
Without context it is difficult to know how to translate a single sentence. But I would translate "But yet it is there" as "그래도 그것이 저기에 있다." or
그렇긴 그런데 어쩐지 그것이 저기에 있다. or
"아무튼 그건 저기에 있다.
Nobody knows where it came from, but yet it is there.
I don't like it. But yet it is there, so I have to deal with it.
It shouldn't have had time to arrive. But yet it is there.
버릴라고 약속 했는데 "그러나 아직 그것이 거기에 있습니다." He promised to throw it away, but it is still there. (Sometimes, for emphasis, we say "But yet it is still there."
It would be very strange English. This is actually a very poor use of 'yet.' Check out my earlier comments from 5 years ago. A common sentence might be, "But yet, there it is." But it wouldn't be a good translation of the Korean meaning. The best translation for the Korean is probably, "But the thing is still there."