- You have done well and you will be promoted soon.
- You have done well and you will soon be promoted.
What's the difference? Is one of them grammatically wrong?
EDIT: I asked one of my friends and he gave me a vague theory that adverbs of time should come before the verb if they occur before it. In this example, the time "soon" should come before "be promoted" because the time which is appropriate for his promotion would come before his manager signs his promotion.
If anyone has ever heard of such a rule then kindly enlighten me.