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    Using "soon" as adverb

    I have studied that soon as an adverb will come before the verb.
    Consider these 2 sentences :-

    1:-He will soon return.
    2:-He will return soon.

    Is second sentence correct ? If correct then Is "soon" acting as adverb or something else ?

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    Re: Using "soon" as adverb

    They are both correct.

    'Soon' is an adverb in both cases.

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