- Does Let's go already! mean Let's go now?
Then, does already in the sentence mean "we should be going now; we're late?"
That's what I understood so far.
Could you please tell me what Let's go already! means?
- You should already know how to do that.
A: Can you show me how to fill out this form?
B: Absolutely. And after that, you want me to show how to wipe your ass?
C: It's funny, because you should already know how to do both those things.
I know that the way B and C are speaking is kind of kidding and teasing A, but I was wondering why C is using the word already.
You should know means "you better know", but I know that already means "happened in the past", and "happened than you expected". Does it mean "You should know it sooner: you should learn how to do that sooner than you planned"?