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    #1

    I have been already inform him.

    I have been already inform him.
    I already inform him.
    I inform him already.
    I have already inform him.

    Which is correct? The 1st and 4rd is same meaning?

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    #2

    Re: I have been already inform him.

    They are all incorrect. You have used "inform" in all the tenses.
    4. "I have already informed him."

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    Re: I have been already inform him.

    The first is clearly incorrect.

    The second through fourth would work if you changed "inform" to "informed".

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