GRAMMAR: Word order • Already often comes at the end of a sentence:
I knew that already.
I was tired already.
I have booked the tickets already.
As well as at the end of a sentence, already can be used in the following ways:
• Already can come before a main verb:
I already knew that.
• Already comes after ‘be’ when it is the main verb:
I was already tired.
✗Don’t say: I already was tired.
• Already comes after the first auxiliary verb:
I have already booked the tickets.
✗Don’t say: I already have booked the tickets.
also / as well / too
Also is more formal than as well and too, and it usually comes before the main verb or after be: I went to New York last year, and I also spent some time in Washington. In British English it is not usually used at the end of a sentence. Too is much more common in spoken and informal English. It is usually used at the end of a sentence:‘I’m going home now.’ ‘I’ll come too.’. In British English as well is used like too, but in North American English it sounds formal or old-fashioned.
My question is that:
Can "also / as well / too" and "always" be in the same sentence?
Is it ok to say:
I have already booked the flight, too
I have also already booked the flight.
I have already booked the flight, as well