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1. The English version will soon be available.
2. The English version will be soon available.
Do you feel any difference in meaning betweeen #1 and #2?
Thanks.
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Use either of these. The meaning is the same. I would most often use #2.

1. The English version will soon be available.
2. The English version will be available soon .
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SquareDo you feel any difference in meaning betweeen #1 and #2?
No, but it's not a question of meaning. The second one is not good English.

The adverb soon should be placed after the first word of a multiple-word verb phrase (here, will be) or at the end. So insert soon into will be (will soon be) or put it at the end (available soon). See A.S.'s fully written examples of this.

CJ
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Thank you. It is always difficult for me to understand this kind of sentences.
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