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.

“Don’t” and “doesn’t”

Difference between "Don't" and "doesn't"? Don't and doesn't are contractions. Don't is a contraction of do not,  and doesn't is a contraction of does not.

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Bath and bathe

The verb bath is used in British English mean – ‘wash ( yourself or someone) in a bathtub’.   Example Dogs should bath regularly. (GB English)   On the other hand it is different in American English. Americans Instead of the verb bath are using the expressions ‘have a bath’ or ‘take a bath’.. Example […]

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