1) I might beat this cancer yet.
2) I might still beat this cancer.

Is there any difference between the meanings of '1' and '2'?

3) Our team might win yet.
4) Our team might still win.

Is there any difference between the meaning of '3' and '4'?

Which should be used if there is a limited amount of time available?

That is the case in the second set of examples. 

 

Which should be used if the event we are talking about is very unlikely. I think 'yet' might have such an implication. 

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Gratefully,
Navi

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