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Using "use as soon as" #1 (permalink) Thu May 11, 2006 16:20 pm   Using "use as soon as"
 

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #142 "Time clauses: future tense examples", question 1

I'll cook supper ......... I come home.

(a) until
(b) while
(c) before
(d) as soon as

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #142 "Time clauses: future tense examples", answer 1

I'll cook supper as soon as I come home.

Correct answer: (d) as soon as
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As soon as #2 (permalink) Thu May 11, 2006 17:54 pm   As soon as
 

Hi Gerscha,

As soon as means as quickly as you can. I'll do that job as soon as I've finished this job - the moment after I've finished the first job.

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Using "use as soon as" #3 (permalink) Fri May 01, 2009 19:08 pm   Using "use as soon as"
 

can you exlpian when we use as soon as ., while ,befre and the other .....
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Using "use as soon as" #4 (permalink) Fri May 01, 2009 19:10 pm   Using "use as soon as"
 

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