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    Miss

    I am little confused about when and in what contest I need to use EARLY and SOON.
    Will be great if you can help me in this.

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    Re: Miss

    Early- before an arranged time- I arrived an hour early for the meeting, so I had a coffee in a cafe across the road.
    Soon- within a short period of time- I will be home soon (= in a few minutes)

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