Oct 11

“Are we there yet?”
“No, we’re not there yet.”
“I have to go to the bathroom.”
“But you already went to the bathroom twice. And we just stopped five minutes ago!”

“Already” and “just” both emphasize that an action has been completed in the past. “Just” indicates the very recent past. “Already” often implies that the action doesn’t need to be done again. “Yet” means it hasn’t happened, but it is going to.



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