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Straks and Binnenkort

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If I can remember correctly, they both mean 'soon'. So what's the difference?

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2 years ago

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'straks' is definitely sooner and more defined than 'binnenkort'. I would say that 'straks' is 'later today', while binnenkort means 'some time in the near future'.

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Dank u wel!

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"Straks" Is more often used in the same way "later" is. "Zie je straks" Directly translates to "See you later"

"Binnenkort" would be more akin to "soon"

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