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  • Hi I'm Georgina from BBC Learning English.

  • Do you ever wonder about the difference between

  • Soon, Early and Quickly? They all have similar

  • meanings but are used in different ways.

  • Soon is used when we talk about something

  • happening in a short time from now!

  • I'll see you soon! In about five minutes.

  • The film is starting soonhurry up or

  • we'll miss the start!

  • Early is used when we talk about something

  • happening before the expected time.

  • I had to go to work early because I had a meeting.

  • If you get up early, you can go for a run.

  • Quickly is used when we talk about something

  • happening rapidly or at a fast pace.

  • We're late. We need to walk quickly!

  • I'm so excited! He replied to my text very quickly.

  • That reminds me - I have a meeting starting soon!

  • I've got to go!

  • Bye

Hi I'm Georgina from BBC Learning English.

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Soon vs Early vs Quickly - English In A minute (Soon vs Early vs Quickly - English In A Minute)

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    林宜悉 發佈於 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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