Lesson 1, Topic 1
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7.2: The Present Perfect with “Already”

Faster English July 3, 2024

On the other hand, we can use the adverb “already” with the Present Perfect tense to indicate that an action has happened before the expected time. For example:

I have already eaten breakfast.

She has already completed the project.

In both sentences, the use of “already” emphasizes that the action has been completed before it was anticipated.