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- Ya is more common in conversation than in written Spanish.

- If the main verb of the sentence is in the past tense, it probably means already.

Ya terminé el trabajo, ahora puedo ir a dormir.

- If the main verb of the sentence is in the present tense, it probably means now.

Ya tengo que irme al trabajo.

- If it goes with the word no, it probably means anymore.

Ya no tengo que trabajar los fines de semana.

- Sometimes we use it as a filler word to express emphasis or frustration.

¡Ya lo sé!

Hope you find these tips helpful!