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    Soon/ Early

    How can we differentiate between the two words "Soon" and "early"?

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    Re: Soon/ Early

    Soon = within a short period of time from the time of speaking
    early = before the time that was arranged

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    Re: Soon/ Early

    So what will be in the sentence:
    I will come home______
    a) soon
    b) early

    I picked soon.

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    Re: Soon/ Early

    Either depending on the context.

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