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You have drunk enough already.

You have already drunk enough.

As I know it, the commonest place for "already" is after "have". But in this case, there is the opposite situation. Could you explain it?

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    To me, the first sentence carries a (more) negative connotation of disapproval/intolerance/annoyance since "enough already" is a fixed expression to express that. Jan 12 at 17:04

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