What's the difference between Она скоро уходит and Она скоро уйдёт? I know уходит is imperfective and уйдёт is perfective but that doesn't really sort things out.
I can translate (and probably have no problem understanding) Она скоро уйдёт as "She will leave soon". It's clearly a one-time action and implies that she won't be at this place soon.
But what about Она скоро уходит? It cannot be a repeated action so does it mean she'll be packing stuffs and preparing to leave very soon?
And in English, "She will leave soon", "She is going to leave soon", "She is leaving soon" is not very clearly distinguished. They virtually mean the same thing.