Intermediate - Requesting a Sample
In this lesson's expansion sentences there is:
Why is their no 了after the first part? When using 已经should we omit 了? I would have said this:
davidgrimmMay 19, 2012, 08:38 AM
So the correct grammer structure is considered less formal (more colloquial) than one which is potentially less clear?
That seems like the opposite to English!
Thanks for replying
Also directly using 已 itself is quite formal, check out this lesson:
It's not that it is less clear because if you think about, the word "already" almost always implies something that has happened.