Q: But I'm already past the point of no return とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It means you’ve gotten too far into something to stop doing it or to undo it.
Q: already とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Déjà-

Je l'ai déjà vu
-> I've already seen it
Q: already とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Algo como "já". I've already seen that girl before. Eu já vi aquela menina antes.
Q: already とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Already = già
Q: already とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Already is an adverb and it means:
-before the present time (example: I asked her to come to the exhibition but she had already seen it.)
- earlier than the time expected (example: Why are you buying Christmas cards already? It's only October!)


Q: already を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Creo que sí. Estás palabras: yet, already, still, son confusas. Generalmente (pero no siempre) already para describir algo en el pasado, still para algo en el presente y yet para algo en el futuro.


I’m still studying.
Are you still at work?
She is still going out with him.

Did you go to the store yet?
Have you eaten yet?
I haven’t finished my work yet.

No estoy segura, pero pienso que en español se corresponden con ya, todavía y aún, aunque me confunden también en español. 😅
Q: already を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I already told you to stop
Stop being a chicken already and kill the bug
I already learned this
Our class already learned this
I already bought this

Q: already を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: Oh gosh, there's too many haha. Let me give it a shot!

Beginning (not used in an informal setting)
1. Already, 25,000 tickets have been sold in five minutes.
2. Already, there have been more than 200 deaths due to dehydration in the Sonoran desert.

1. I had already done my homework by the time my mom arrived from work.
2. Her family already knew she was coming to visit.
3. Everybody is already here so we can start our meeting.
4. We had already heard the news.
5. I already took a shower today.
6. He already left to work.
7. It's already time to go home.

1. Is it 2 o'clock, already?
2. Why don't you ask him on a date already?
3. Just get married already!
4. Have you called for an appointment already?
5. He finished fixing the sink already.
6. Did you take your exams already?

If you want more, let me know! I have so many haha
Q: already を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: You already told me this story.

I've already brushed my teeth.

We have already had dinner.
Q: already を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "Already" is usually used to either state that something was done earlier.

"I already are breakfast."
"I came to see Dan, but he left already."
"They're making another Spiderman movie, even though they've already made so many of them."

"Already" can also be used to indicate surprise that something has been done either sooner or more quickly than expected.

"They're already finished working?" (The speaker expected them to take longer.)
"You've already had three beers?" (The speaker is surprised that the other person had three beers so early or so quickly.)


Q: already と ever はどう違いますか?
A: Already means something has previously happened or finished. Ex: I already finished my homework. I already speak English. I already met him.

Ever means something the has potential taken place or will take place at any time. Ex: Will I ever get married? Have you ever been to New York?
Q: i already found it と i have already found it はどう違いますか?
A: normally you won't need to use the word "already" in this sentence. Because "found" is already in the past tense. hence, all you need to say is "I have found it."
Q: already と yet はどう違いますか?
A: YET expresses the action that has not yet started, used in negative sentences, in the present - ALREADY expresses the completed action, used in affirmative, present and past statements
for example:
Is he already here? I haven’t prepared anything yet
Q: already と no longer はどう違いますか?
A: Already is saying that it has happened in the past. No longer is saying that it's not going to happen in the future anymore
Q: already と just と yet はどう違いますか?
A: Already - before now.
Usually refers to something has been done before now earlier than expected

I've already finished my homework, and I still have time to go to the cinema.

Just - very recently.
sometimes later than expected

It's 10pm and I've only just finished my homework. I'll never get to the cinema in time.

Yet - until now.

Usually used to refer to something that hasn't been done and was expected to be done by now

I haven't done my homework yet.

A: Have you finished your homework yet?
B: No I'm still doing it.

They have other meanings but i assume that this is the clarification you wanted.


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Q: which one is correct?
i already eat or i already ate or i already eaten?
A: i've already eaten, because if you use: already, just and yet, you must use present perfect
Q: alreadyの発音を音声で教えてください。
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: "i already get up"
(i mean get out of bed) この表現は自然ですか?
A: you would say “I already GOT out of bed” because it’s past tense and something you’ve done already. If you haven’t gotten out of bed, you would say “I will GET out of bed” because it’s something you will do in the future
Q: sorry, i already have some plans for this evening. この表現は自然ですか?
A: "Sorry, I already have plans this evening." would be more natural.
Q: i already concluded to buy it. この表現は自然ですか?
A: I've already decided to buy it.