THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RECENTLY AND SHORTLY

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RECENTLY AND SHORTLY


Hello,friends.
As Publius Terentius Afer says, " There is nothing so easy but that it becomes difficult when  you do it reluctantly."

Is there not anything which is easy for you?

Everything is easy for you if you do willingly and try hard.

Then, why will you not be able to use Recently and Shortly? Yes,you will.

The difference between Recently and Shortly will help you to write property and think about fluent English.

It also helps one to make spoken English sentences every day.

Let's start-
To-day,I am going to show only one difference between Recently and Shortly which is very easy and will give you a clear concept.
It is,

Recently- it is an Adverb; it means not long ago.
Generally, Recently is used in the Present Perfect Tense.
Examples-
1. Have you seen any Assamese films recently?
2. Recently, the price of rice has risen.

The Synonym of Recently is Lately.

Shortly- it is an Adverb; it means soon.
Generally, Shortly is used in the Simple Future Tense and Simple Past Tense.
Examples-
1. The book will be published shortly.
2. The police evacuated all the people of the village shortly before the explosion.

The Synonyms of Shortly are- soon, just, imminent, at the earliest...

Be curious.
Be positive.
You will be able.
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