I have already received my payment from my office.
I have received my payment from my office.

I wonder whether the use of "already" is correct in case of present perfect or past perfect sentence. Could you help me with this?
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Hi,
I have already received my payment from my office.
I have received my payment from my office.

I wonder whether the use of "already" is correct in case of present perfect or past perfect sentence. Could you help me with this?

Yes, it's fine. It adds some emphasis.
eg You don't need to mail me a second cheque. I have already received the one you sent last week.

Clive
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