A very casual sentence: Yeah, that's going to be hazardous if it isn't already. And while I am quite certain there is a rule against using the word "already" as I have, neither is it a rule Americans generally care about. I wouldn't have any idea what that rule actually is. Nonetheless, I am utterly amused that my iPhone knows the rule, and was so determined to prevent this use of the word "already" that the autocorrect preferred, and assigned, "Yeah, that's going to be hazardous if it isn't awl ready." This trivial moment is brought to you by my desire to think about something other than the honeybees nesting in the siding. Oh, right. Damn.