At 55 B1+ on the GSE, in the vocabulary section,
YET = used to emphasize that something could still happen in the future, or that there is still enough time to do something
There’s plenty of time yet to enter the competition.
*The second sense is not listed in the EGP or EVP. It is very hard to get corpus data for the second half of the definition: ‘still enough time‘. For example “days yet to come” = ‘the coming days’.
A search in NOW corpus for:
time yet to _VVI
1 TIME YET TO COME 33
2 TIME YET TO GET 16
3 TIME YET TO GO 16
4 TIME YET TO MAKE 12
5 TIME YET TO RAISE 12
We don’t think it’s time yet to raise interest rates,
6 TIME YET TO EASE 10
7 TIME YET TO START 9
8 TIME YET TO DEVELOP 8
We spend too much time thinking about what a child will become tomorrow, yet we forget that they are someone today.
There’s time yet to develop and find a true skill or love for something that will help them through their adulthood.
9 TIME YET TO GIVE 6
10 TIME YET TO REFLECT 6