Read and Listen To Sentences Using the Word
"Early"

Let's leave early.
We must leave early.
You've come too early.
Why did you come early?
My mother gets up early.
Tom has to get up early.
I arrived there too early.
She usually gets up early.
They agreed to start early.
Why did she come home early?
I'm used to getting up early.
I promise you I'll come early.
Tom came home early yesterday.
She's used to getting up early.
We advised them to start early.
The early bird catches the worm.
She advised him to go home early.
You don't have to get up so early.
I shouldn't have gotten up so early.
Ken makes it a rule to get up early.
She's accustomed to getting up early.
Tom will have breakfast early tomorrow.
I left early so I could get a good seat.
She surprised him when she arrived early.
I never imagined myself going home so early.
I've always fed my dogs in the early evening.
Early explorers used the stars for navigation.
I got up early in order to attend the meeting.
I sometimes feel drowsy in the early afternoon.
I have got to leave here early tomorrow morning.
I make it a rule to get up early in the morning.
I found it necessary to get up early every morning.
Bill got up early in order to catch the first train.
You don't get up as early as your older sister, do you?
Alice returned home early from work with a severe headache.
He left home early in the morning so he wouldn't miss the train.
I'm pretty hungry since I haven't eaten since early this morning.
Because of the typhoon, my parents ended their trip one day early.
Early to bed and early to rise, makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise.
Make your airplane reservations early since flights fill up quickly around Christmas.


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