already be, has already, has
1. he has already checked out the sales figures.
2. he was already checked out the sales figures.
3. he has checked out the sales figures.
What's the difference?
(1)"already" here has equaled to a sense of perfect tense, wouldn't it be too verbose if both alread and a perfect tense appear in the same sentence?
(2) I wonder if be + alreadly can equal perfect tense for example:
1. is + already = perfect tense
2. was+ already = past perfect tense
3. will be + already = future perfect tense
Am I right? Hope you guys could help me these. Thank you very much!