English grammar – correctly using ALREADY

Already is used when we talk about 
something happened before (earlier)

A: “Do you want to get some pizza?”
B: “No thanks, I’ve already eaten.”

A: “Let’s rent Monsters University tonight.”
B: “I don’t really want to watch that, plus I think Dad has already seen it.”

A: “Junior! Clean your room before you go outside!”
B: “I cleaned it already! Check if you don’t believe me.”

“Hey boss can I go home a little but early tonight? I already finished those reports.”

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