what is the diffrence between just and already???
"We use "already" in a positive sentence. "Already" goes before the main verb.
‘Already’ is used to say that something has happened early – or earlier than it might have happened."
For example: I have already finished my supper.
I have already completed my assignment.
We use "just" when something happened a short time ago.
‘Just’ is usually used only with the present perfect tense.
For example: I have just had my supper.
I have just finished my project.
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