I haven’t worked as a mechanic before, ________ I’ve been fixing cars since I was a child.
(C) no longer
Explanation: Always is an adverb of frequency, like never, often, frequently, and usually.
Yet is a conjunction meaning nevertheless or however. Yet usually carries a sense of negation, so and yet means the same thing as but still.
No longer means not now as formerly; not any more.
We use already to show that something has happened sooner than it was expected to happen.
Therefore, “yet” is most appropriate choice here.
Option (B) is correct.
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