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    MsNyree is offline Member
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    Default early vs. earlier

    early vs. earlier

    Do I say I had done something early or earlier?

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    Anglika is offline No Longer With Us
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    Default Re: early vs. earlier

    Either, depending on the context.

    I went to the shop early > I went early in the day.

    I went to the shop earlier > I went before this time now.

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