Adverb(1) in the near future
(1) it soon became clear that we had no chance(2) They argued that if they would have to fight the ban they would prefer to start as soon as possible.(3) I'd just as soon Tim did it(4) At this early stage it is too soon to say whether it has been a good or bad thing to do or what the repercussions of it all might be.(5) Go the other way and you will soon arrive on one of the fabulous southern beaches.(6) he'll be home soon(7) The one drawback is that it is short lived and will soon become woody and overlarge.(8) Taylor didn't object and soon began to laugh once more as they started to muck about.(9) it's a pity you have to leave so soon(10) Hutton will be wrapping up his inquiry soon and the report will be out shortly afterwards.(11) it won't be built that soon(12) It has novelty value but that will soon wear off once the menu options are exhausted.(13) they arrived soon after 7.30(14) Indeed he says that many employees are resigned to the idea that they may soon have a new parent.(15) everyone will soon know the truth(16) Once in place they seed very easily and can soon take over every available spot.
1. shortly ::
2. early ::
3. before long ::
kabla ya muda
Different Formssoon, sooner, soonest
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