Advertisements

Recommended Books

Vocabulary Books

Common Mistakes and Confusing Words in English

 

If you want the dictionary definition, just double click on any word.
all ready vs already

All ready means "completely ready".

For example: "Are you all ready for the test?"

Already is an adverb that means before the present time or earlier than the time expected.

For example: "I asked him to come to the cinema but he'd already seen the film."
Or

"Are you buying Christmas cards already? It's only September!"


Confusing Words

Sponsored Links