Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Early"

The meaning of "Early" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does early bird【buy tickets】 mean?
A: Yes they are similar. However, pre-sale tend to refer the sale of the tickets before the official selling date to the general public and it is also usually to s select group of people eg VIP members. While early bird tends to mean that they start selling the tickets on the official launch date, just that those who buy the tickets early get a better price.
Q: What does early mean?
A: in this context, though, it may mean old.
Q: What does “whats early?” mean?
A: It could mean someone said "Let's meet early tomorrow" but didn't specify a time, and the other person is asking what time they meant.
Q: What does you up so early mean?
A: It means you wake up so early
Q: What does early on mean?
A: It basically means near the beginning or in the first stage(s) of an event.

Example:
A: It looks like that runner has an injury.
B: Yeah, I noticed early on that he was limping.

In this example, 'early on' implies that you noticed at the beginning of the race. If you instead said 'earlier on' it would imply you noticed some time ago (such as before the race started).

Example sentences using "Early"

Q: Please show me example sentences with soon và early.
A: We waited him to arrive early in the morning.
Q: Please show me example sentences with how early.
A: 1. How early are you open?
2. How early would you like me to come over?
3. How early! Can we please meet a bit later?

These are a bit random but i hope they helped! :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with early.
A: I got up early this morning.
I eat breakfast early every day.
I ate dinner early yesterday.
School starts early.
Why are you up so early?
I got home from work early.
I went to the party early.
I go to sleep early.
I have early symptoms of a cold.
It is not too early to celebrate.
You are early. You arrived early.
I am early.
We are early.
She is early.
The sunrise is early this time of year.
Q: Please show me example sentences with early .
A: My friend goes to school early in the morning.
He arrived at the meeting place early.
Q: Please show me example sentences with early.
A: "I don't like waking up this early."
"They arrived early."
"Make sure you come into work early."
"It's too early to start."
Those are the only sentences I can think of right now. Hope this helps!

Synonyms of "Early" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between early on and early ?
A:

Early on, as an expression, tends to just indicate that something happened earlier in a given process

The team decided early on to use carbon fibre instead of plastic

You could say earlier, or early in the process, no problem

Early on is just one of those extremely common expressions that people use without thinking about it
Q: What is the difference between as early as possible and as soon as possible ?
A: "as early as possible" means to do something as far before it's due in or needed as possible. You might try to finish your homework as early as possible so you can relax
"As soon as possible" just means to do something in the least amount of time possible so it's finished in the relatively close future, but it doesn't require a due date. You may want to reply to an email as soon as possible, for example.
They can be interchangeable, but "as early as possible" is usually used when something has a clear due date.
Q: What is the difference between early and soon ?
A: early means before the expected time
soon means after a short time (in the future)

I go to school early to talk to my teacher
I will see you again soon

I will go to bed early so I can wake up early
I will go on vacation soon
Q: What is the difference between early and earlier ?
A: Earlier is basically a way of saying "before". Ex.) "I went to the store earlier today." Is basically meaning the person went to the store a few minutes to a few hours before that very moment. It's basically being used to talk about the past that has recently happened.


Early is used as a term to use as an opposition of "late". Ex.) "I woke up early today" is basically saying you woke up earlier* than you usually do.


*earlier can also be compared relative to time.


Earlier is a adverb

Early is an adjective
Q: What is the difference between early on and earlier ?
A: This is a very difficult question to answer, but I will try my best. The two words are very similar, with very minor differences. You can use earlier to describe any past events. Such as," Earlier, I ate breakfast." Early on usually describes something that happened at the very beginning of an event, while earlier describes anything that happened anywhere in the past. Earlier can mean a second ago, an hour ago, and even a year a go. While early usually means a long time ago.

Translations of "Early"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? early
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? as early as
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? early
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? early
A: early is just early
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Other questions about "Early"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce In the early 1900s.
A: make sure the “th” in “the” is coming out clearly, as well as “nineteen”
Q: Please show me how to pronounce early.
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Q: Please show me how to pronounce “an early detection”.
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Q: "early" does this sound natural?
Q: early does this sound natural?
A: It sounds like you're saying "orally" or "oily". Try saying more of an "errr" sound at the beginning.

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