Don`t mind if I do...Originally Posted by hyunminjeong
Hello hyunminjeong, the short answer to that is NO. My long-winded, inarticulate answer would be:
The sentence makes sense using the word "before", but is kinda "clunky". Try this instead:
"She had to have three plastic surgeries before she had a beautiful face." This implies that she has already had three plastic surgeries, and is now beautiful.
If you want to use the word "until", try this:
"She won`t be beautiful until she has had three plastic surgeries."
This implies that the surgeries are yet to happen, therefore she`s not yet beautiful.
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