What’s the difference between ‘already’ and ‘all ready’?
ALREADY is in reference to time.
I’ve already finished my third cup of coffee.
It’s great that you’ve already eaten my chocolates. Really. I don’t mind at all.
ALL READY is typically in reference to being “ready” or prepared for something.
Are you all ready to eat some chilli crab?
I’m all ready for a trip to Paris!
I was ALL READY to go on a holiday to the snow until I realised that it was ALREADY summer in Tokyo.