Already and all ready

What is the difference between Already and All ready ?

Already and all ready

  • Incorrect: We are already for the show.
  • Correct: We are all ready for the show.
  • Incorrect: They have all ready arrived.
  • Correct: They have already arrived.

All ready means ‘all are ready’.

Already means ‘by now’ or ‘sooner than expected’.

  • The train had already left before we reached the station.
  • The patient had already died before the doctor arrived.

Any and some

Both some and any  suggest an indefinite number or amount of something. Some is more common in affirmative clauses. Any is used in questions and negative clauses.

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All right and alright

The standard spelling is all right, but alright is more common although many people consider it incorrect.

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