Grammar

“Already”

Already’ is used to indicate that something has happened earlier.

1.I already did my homework for the week.

2.She already had a partner so I had to find another person to work with

3.We already bought our tickets to the USA for this summer.

4.I’ve already spoken to the others and they told me that they want to go on strike.

5.We have already gone over budget by 13% this month.

6.The agency has already booked its first client.

7.That table has already been reserved, but we have another table over there.

8.The game was already over before halftime but I stayed until the end anyway.

9.I already knew that you were going to try to change my mind.

10.The competition just opened last week and we have already lost 7 customers.

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