In this situation, "yet" would be asking whether a certain action was performed as of the present time. It's the most common function of the word. Does this make sense to you? I feel like the function of the word is rather hard to describe.
In this instance “yet” is being used as an adverb. It’s implying a reference of time. Meaning ... did you take it (past tense), or are you taking it now (present tense). But it cannot refer to a future tense in this case. ... but used differently it could imply a future tense ... “the best is yet to come”.
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