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    'at your earliest convenience' and 'as soon as possible'

    Dear kind teachers:

    Could you please tell me the slight difference between 'at your earliest convenience' and 'as soon as possible'.
    Thanks.

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    Re: 'at your earliest convenience' and 'as soon as possible'

    As soon as possible (ASAP) means just that, even if it is not convenient!

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