All ready/Already

Vernene Bell

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Remember the differences between the words. The words all ready mean completely prepared. The word already means previously.

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  1. The man was (all ready,already) to scold his little son about breaking the window when the man realized the boy was innocent.
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  3. Sonya rushed home from work to prepare dinner, and was pleasantly surprised to find dinner (all ready,already) prepared and on the table.
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  5. My daughter was (all ready,already) to attend UCLA when she was accepted to Cal Tech, so she changed her mind.
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  7. The overweight man had (all ready,already) eaten a slice of cake, but was tempted to eat the ice cream,too.
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  9. Rosie bragged that she had (all ready,already) fed the dogs, swept the floor, and vacuumed the carpets by noon time and planned to do some gardening in the afternoon.
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