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    four hours before/until/when

    She had been writing for four hours before/until/when all the lights went out.
    Do all three conjunctions work well for this sentence?
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    Re: four hours before/until/when

    Quote Originally Posted by joham View Post
    She had been writing for four hours before/until/when all the lights went out.
    Do all three conjunctions work well for this sentence?.
    Yes, but with slghtly different meanings.

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